The Common Table worship service is held on Sunday mornings at 11 at 518 N. Franklin Ave.
Worship at Common Table is a special and unique experience with elements ranging from ancient to contemporary. The overall feel is casual and comfortable, you can come just as you are, all ages are welcome and there is always food. The best way to get a feel for what we are all about is just to come and see it for yourself. If you do, here are some of the things you will experience:
The Communion table is central to everything we do at Common Table (hence the name!). It is at the communion table where all that keeps us apart is washed away and we find that we are united as one. All people are welcome at Common Table regardless of age, race, gender expression or sexual orientation and all people are welcome at the table of communion.
The music at Common Table is an eclectic mix of contemporary Christian music with some folk, gospel and a touch of Irish Harp mixed in for good measure. Local musicians Matt DeBlass & Jerry Fitzpatrick anchor the band while singers Jay Fruehling, Julia Mueller and others lead the community in singing.
Listen to a few samples
Video of our band
Food & Fellowship
At Common Table we like to be together. It’s not uncommon to see people hang out for 30 to 60 minutes after the service is over, talking about life and what they learned and just enjoying each others company. And when we hang out, we like to have food. There is always enough food for everyone, some even call it lunch.
Another important element of worship at Common Table is our prayer stations. Prayer stations provide an opportunity for us to take a break from our hectic lives and experience something special. They can be as simple as a short prayer read over and over or as intricate as coloring in a mandala.
Sermons are delivered by Pastor Jason, other members of the Common Table family and the extended community. They vary in style and topic but are always hopeful and practical to our daily life.