Food and fellowship under the same roof
Food can bring family together and First Lutheran Church of Newton does just that. But rather than a tradional family, they have an extended religious family. The church teamed up with other other churches to partake in a traveling Lent supper each Wednesday.
“This is something that the four congregations have been doing for several years now,” Pastor Zachary Bey said. “I don’t know how long it’s been going on. I have only been here for two months. Its been the tradition that these communities have been doing this type of thing for a number of years.”
Tonight, the supper will be held at St. Andrew’s in Sully at 6 p.m. Following the meal will be a Bible study session and worship.
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