I’m grateful for the many, many people who have been part of this journey from start to finish and to all of you who will read and share this story…
“Anna Woofenden has offered you a place at a table – a table of grace, hope, and love. I have had the privilege of being lead by Anna in a church without walls, in a garden, in the city. What I experienced on that Sunday afternoon has stayed with me and served me for years. And this book will stay with you and serve you. So, pull up a chair and know you are welcome at this table.” –Doug Pagitt, Pastor, Activists, Possibility Enthusiast
“In ‘This is God’s Table,’ Rev. Woofenden shares a gentle invitation to remember that God is, in fact, everywhere — waiting and hidden, even in a disused empty lot in Los Angeles. Her writing calls us to soften to ourselves and one another, seeing the divinity in those we often pass by or pass over. She shows us God in every neighbor. God is working, too, in her own soul, and she shares observations of her internal world with honesty and tenderness that invite us toward self revelation, too. Along the way, we find that God is and has always been at work, watering every parched place in our souls.” –Emily M. D. Scott, Founder of St. Lydia’s Dinner Church, Pastor and Founder of Dreams and Visions and author of “For All Who Hunger: Searching for Communion in a Shattered World.”
“In a time when the Church seems marked more by ‘we’ve never done it this way before,’ than, ‘we can dare to take chances with God’s love,’ Anna Woofenden delivers a book that tells an important story about taking chances. Everyone who reads This is God’s Table – especially those who care about the future of congregational life – will discover that there really is enough right under our feet to make church together, and that God is already blessing our wildest ideas about the church.” –The Rev. Dr. Paul D. Fromberg, Rector, St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church”
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