What is a foyer group you ask?
In short, it is great fellowship and a good meal, but most of us like to savor a tasty meal so here is a more comprehensive description. A foyer is a place of warmth and welcome and a fun way to meet people you may or may not have known in a different setting than what you are normally used to on a Sunday or Wednesday at church. For those who have not participated before, Foyer Groups are an Anglican tradition!
The All Saints’ groups will contain 8-10 randomly grouped couples and singles who will get together for dinner once a month beginning in October. Each group will meet four times for dinner in the home of one of the members of the group. Generally, the host provides the main course and other members bring the appetizer, bread, salad, sides, dessert, etc. The main idea is simply Christian fellowship, a nice meal, and relaxed conversation. The fall session is underway, but if you would like to sign up for our winter group in January, 2017, please contact the church office at 688-4502 to join or lead a group.
“Offer hospitality to one another gladly” (1 Peter 4:9).