The Table is a unique postmodern movement for faith communities desiring to reach younger generations through integrated micro communities.

What makes it different?

Built around multiple micro communities

Shifts discipleship back to the family

Significantly decreases the cost of paid staff

Significantly shifts the activity and expectation away from "receiving on Sunday to a community of discipling throughout the week

Shifts worship to be much more experiential, relational, non-location specific, non-day specific, and gathered at The Table

Moves the faith community towards being more community oriented, relationally focused, and laity-driven and led

Mobilizes the church in its thinking, doing, and prioritizing disciple-making

Moves the church away from being Sunday-centric, building-centric, and pastor-centric

Shifts the church away from preference-driven to missionally-driven

Significantly shifts the hours the congregants are invested in serving on Sunday to serving in a wider variety of ways that more effectively serve a greater number of people and the mission

The creators and founders of The Table...

are practitioners who are living this approach out as they are helping other churches do the same. Rather than a church having to figure out all the pieces themselves and create all the parts, The Table has done all the leg work for you - The Table - in a box. That's right, by becoming part of The Table family, your "box" will include:

Rights to The Table branding

More than a dozen ministry brands

Social media branding templates

Website branding templates

Training, training and more training!

Processes & procedures manuals

The Table app

On-going coaching from The Table

On-going support from The Table

Weekly Table talks content for all ages levels 0-99

Affiliate Table partners for on-going support

Optional modules ready for The Table integration (i.e. daycare/preschool)

If your church is ready to turn your ministry model inside out, contact us today for more information.

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