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TAIZÉ ONLINE: EMBRACING OUR WHOLE SELVES

INTRODUCTION Welcome! The Open Table is currently not meeting for dinner church due to the Coronavirus disease outbreak (for more information on our plans, visit this blog post) and the most recent KCMO restrictions on gatherings of more than 10 people. We know this is a stressful, uncertain time, and we will continue to look for ways to offer community…

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COVID-19 & The Open Table Community

My, my, my. What a time we are finding ourselves in as a local, national, and global community. As information is changing daily, if not hourly, on this virus, The Open Table will do our best to keep this updated on how our community will continue to gather and support one another at this time. As a staff, we are…

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Subversive-Self Care Resource List: You Are Enough

At The Open Table, we recently began a new series entitled Embracing Our Whole Selves. To launch this new topic, we began with table conversations around equity, boundaries, self-care practices, and counter-cultural practices to care for ourselves, our community, and continue the work of justice in the world. As part of this series, we wanted to offer up a subversive…

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2020 Open Table Time Change

For a few months now, we have been asking our community what changes would make our gatherings more accessible to folks, and we received much feedback about the current time of our gatherings. As a growing community, our hope is to continue making space for the next generation to thrive within the healing & spiritual framework we teach. We found…

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CHRISTMAS AT THE OPEN TABLE

2019 has been a wild ride for The Open Table. Five years ago, when The Open Table started, none of us could have ever imagined how healthy and vibrant this community would become. Over the course of these five years all of you helped shape the direction The Open Table is going, and many of you have led in various capacities to…

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ART AS ACTIVISM

Why art as activism? Through out history, art, poetry, and iconography have been at the center of these movements, if not the catalyst for the movement itself. As a community, we are engaging with local creatives on how they use creativity and talent to further social causes and bring new perspectives to each issue; all the while, asking ourselves how…

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