Throughout recorded history, the sharing of meals has been at the heart of family and community life. Meeting to eat has been the natural thing to do and has taken many forms in all kinds of cultures. Coming together for meals has also been an integral part of religious life and the Bible gives many instances where this has happened through the ages. Meeting to eat gives opportunity for people to talk, to catch up with each other’s news. It helps us get to know one another and understand each other better. It provides a place where much is learned and shared, and it helps us grow together. From its earliest days the Church has expressed its fellowship through meals...
One Army - In Fellowship