Who We Are
The Table is a progressive Christian community marked by radical inclusion, holy conversation and service to our community.
We believe Christ is powerfully present and God’s Word becomes alive in our interactions with each other. Our worship is grounded in the ancient worship practices of the church expressed in fresh, new, and creative ways. We gather in round tables so we may be fully present with each other, sharing our stories and our faith experiences. This also allows us to be active listeners, to build community and to flesh out the Living Word of God among us. We don’t sit in pews and listen, we gather in dynamic circles and participate in a holy conversation!
Pastor Greg Ronning began his call as the Mission Developer Pastor at “The Table” in February 2014. Pastor Greg is a graduate of California Lutheran University and he holds a Masters of Divinity degree from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. He was ordained in 1988 and served at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Lafayette California as the Associate Pastor for Youth until 1993. In 1993 he became the Campus Pastor at Texas Lutheran where he served until January 2014.
Follow Pastor Greg’s Blog “The Acoustic Word”
What we believe
All are welcome at The Table
And all means all
All races, all national backgrounds,
All economic levels, all educational levels,
All gender identities, all sexual orientations,
All political leanings, all differently-abled people in mind and in body,
All who are wise and all who are confused,
All who live here and all who are passing through,
All who are religious and all who are seeking,
All who are far off and all who are near,
All who have found love and all who have lost it,
All who are settled and all who are questioning,
All who celebrate this welcome statement and all who fear it,
All who desire to be reconciled in Christ’s love.
The Table is a ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Here’s a link to the teachings of the ELCA.
The Table does not discriminate participation or leadership opportunities based on gender, sexuality, age, ability or race.