Dinner Circles are a way for parishioners of St. Michael’s to get to know each other better by enjoying a meal and conversation in one another’s homes. Circles are six to eight people–generally from four to six households. Each household hosts a gathering. The time and place depends on the group–usually a weekend dinner but options include an afternoon picnic, a Sunday brunch, or even a dessert buffet. Generally the host provides the main course and beverages and assigns other parts of the meal to the other group members. There is no agenda for these meetings; get to know one another and enjoy good conversation. To sign up or get further information, contact Evelyn Bence.
Read more about Dinner Circles on the Building Faith blog, hosted by Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS) Center for the Ministry of Teaching.