Haven Ministries Hosts First Community Table Event
Haven Ministries is hosting its first Community Table event on Friday, February 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Q’s Private Venue at 51 Piney Narrows Road in Chester (the old Chester Outlets). Dinner will be prepared and served by Haven Ministries volunteers and is open to everyone in the community.
According to Krista Pettit, Executive Director of Haven Ministries, states, “The event will include food and fellowship and is free to the public. A brief discussion afterward will include sharing a teaching or parable told by Jesus, followed by open table discussions. It’s a great opportunity to meet new people in the community, to discuss matters of faith and hope, and will the first of several events we will hold in venues throughout the county.”
Although the event is free, contributions will be accepted. To register or for further information about Haven Ministries, visit haven-ministries.org or call 410-739-4363.
Love shapes the ministry, love transforms people, and hope prevails at Haven Ministries. Haven Ministries operates a seasonal Homeless Shelter located at the Kent Island United Methodist Church in Stevensville, a Resource Center at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Centreville and at Fisher Manor in Grasonville, the Haven Ministries Food Pantries at Safe Harbor Presbyterian Church in Stevensville and Centreville United Methodist Church in Centreville, Our Daily Thread Thrift Store in Stevensville and Hope Warehouse in Queenstown.