Dinner with Canterbury Downtown
Students enjoy a home-cooked meal on Sunday night following the 6 pm Holy Eucharist at Grace Church (10 Street & Broadway).
Dinner is free and is sometimes made by students, brought from homes or catered in from restaurants. A vegetarian meal is always offered and other dietary needs can be accommodated with advance notice.
Dinnertime conversation and community building around various topics: current events, spiritual practice, scripture reflection, student led topics and guest speakers.
Our Facebook group Dinner with Canterbury Downtown is an online chat space for sharing recipes and conversation topics.
2019 Spring Semester Sunday Dinners begin January 27!
January 27 - Welcome back & Dinner out!
February 3 - Reflections for Black History Month
February 10 - Dinner conversation with Dr. Cynthia Copeland, EDNY Reparations Committee
February 17 - Worship with Canterbury Uptown and dinner out!
February 24 - Chili dinner to warm us up! And interactive Prayer Station Labyrinth
March 3 - Last Epiphany! Guests from Virginia Commonwealth University
March 10 - 1 Lent Soup and Salad, Making Anglican Rosaries!
March 17 - Spring Break - No Canterbury Dinner
March 24 - Spring Break - Dinner out
March 31 - Special Guest The Rt. Rev. Mary Glasspool and 15th Anniversary Celebration of Canterbury Downtown!
April 7 - 5 Lent Soup and Salad How2charist - Digital Instructed Eucharist
April 14 - Palm Sunday
April 21 - Easter Sunday - dinner out
April 28 - Dinner and conversation with Guest the Rev. K. Jeanne Person, Canon Pastor EDNY
May 5 - Celebrating our Graduates!
May 12 - Last Canterbury Dinner and Conversation