About Us

The Table has been set. Candles and good music have set the mood. The aroma of delectable food is noticeable. Tired, isolated, and hungry folks are arriving. They've accepted the invitation. Their glasses are filled as they sit down with a sigh of relief. Together, we will feast on our laughter and care, on great food and drink, and on the Lord’s presence. This table symbolizes the kingdom of God and is the vision God has given us for our faith community. But, it is also a reality of how Christ is now moving in Bellingham.

We're here to love Jesus and serve Bellingham. Here's What to Expect at The Table.

Practicing Hospitality, Discipleship, and Blessing in the Name of Jesus

The Table is a name that speaks of rich relationships and friendship. A table is a place of connection between new friends … a table of hospitality. A table is where Christ invited people into greater fellowship with God … a table of discipleship. A table is where the hungry are fed, physically and spiritually … a table of blessing. These are our values. We call them Our Rhythms.

Living as a Missional Faith Community

The Table is a missional faith community. Missional is a term that describes a paradigm of church, where we live out our faith with our neighbors. Rather than calling out from the inside of a church building for people to come in, the missional church goes out on mission to live alongside other people, whatever their background may be.

Being a Faith community is what separates us from a civic organization or a book club. We unashamedly pursue Jesus Christ as we live out our calling in community.

In a culture that markets primarily to the desires of individuals, Community is a contrast. Despite our differences, The Table is becoming a family, where we laugh and share challenges together. We are sharing a life defined by the alternative values of Christ.

We Live as a Family, Connected to a Larger Family

We at The Table believe in “the holy catholic church, the communion of saints,” and walk with all who desire Jesus’ kingdom to come and his will to be done. Specifically, The Table is blessed to be a part of a binational family of churches called the Christian Reformed Church (see Our Beliefs). Locally, The Table is in direct partnership with several churches throughout the county (see Our Partners).

Join Us for a Gathering
Dec
11
Our Savior's Lutheran Church — Fellowship Hall
Wednesday, December 11 • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Shared meal at 5:30pm. Bring a dish to share if you can. Adult / Children Classes 6–7pm.


In the face of the chaos of the holiday season, we long for peace. For three weeks, The Table will slow down and consider our longings for Jesus to bring greater peace and redemption. Using the ancient practice of Lectio Divina, a type of listening prayer and meditation, we will consider the words of the prophet Isaiah. The aim is to slow down and set our eyes on the coming of the Prince of Peace, Jesus.


While the adults participate in lectio divina, the children of The Table participate in Godly Playa curriculum that helps kids explore the Christian faith with story, wonder, and play.


Invite a friend and join us. Everyone is welcome!


The Table meets at Our Savior's Lutheran Church (1720 Harris Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225).

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Dec
18
Our Savior's Lutheran Church — Fellowship Hall
Wednesday, December 18 • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Shared meal at 5:30pm. Bring a dish to share if you can. Adult / Children Classes 6–7pm.


In the face of the chaos of the holiday season, we long for peace. For three weeks, The Table will slow down and consider our longings for Jesus to bring greater peace and redemption. Using the ancient practice of Lectio Divina, a type of listening prayer and meditation, we will consider the words of the prophet Isaiah. The aim is to slow down and set our eyes on the coming of the Prince of Peace, Jesus.


While the adults participate in lectio divina, the children of The Table participate in Godly Playa curriculum that helps kids explore the Christian faith with story, wonder, and play.


Invite a friend and join us. Everyone is welcome!


The Table meets at Our Savior's Lutheran Church (1720 Harris Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225).

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Jan
1
Our Savior's Lutheran Church — Fellowship Hall
Wednesday, January 1 • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Shared meal at 5:30pm. Bring something to share if you're able. Worship from 6–7pm.


The first Wednesday of every month is a worship service, where we sing, pray, hear a Bible-based message, and share in the Lord’s Supper. Kids and adults meet together for worship gatherings.


The Table meets at Our Savior's Lutheran Church (1720 Harris Avenue, Bellingham, WA 98225).

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