Wednesday, Feb. 26 @ 6 PM

Sundays, Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Apr. 5 @ 4 PM

Easter Sunday, Apr. 12 (Time TBD)

Zoom Community Room

2020 Lent Gathering

Lent is a season of growing light, anticipation and renewal. It’s a time of waiting with anticipation and hope for the new life that is coming with the spring. Please join us as we gather to observe the season of anticipation and new life through the lens of the natural world. With the book “Wild Hope” (by Gayle Boss) as our guide (it will be most helpful for you to have a copy of the book), we will be awoken to a wild hope that through all the death and ruin around us, something new could rise. Although the book includes many examples from the natural world, we will discuss the following themes/chapters together over the course of the Lenten season:

Weds., Feb. 26 @ 6 PM: Palm Oil Plantations

Sun., Mar. 1: The Sumatran Orangutan

Sun., Mar. 8: The Hungry

Sun., Mar. 15: The Sick CANCELLED

For a recording of our conversation about “The Sick” click here

Video links to the Indiana Bats and the Black-Footed Ferret here!

Sun., Mar. 22: The Homeless

Sun., Mar. 29: The Poisoned

Sun., Apr. 5: The Hunted

Easter Sunday, Apr. 12 (Time TBD): The Desecrated

Each week at 4 PM we will gather near the river at The Table Public House ONLINE at this link ( to wonder together. This family-friendly conversation series will last approximately an hour and promises to engage the senses of all ages. Join us each week at 2190 S. Platte River Dr. and kindle hope this season.

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For over 8 years, The Table has grown and donated over 35,000 pounds of fresh, local, organically-grown vegetables in multiple gardens scattered around South Denver. Local partners who offer land, water, time, energy, equipment, funding, and know-how make this work possible. In addition to food, we also believe in bringing people together. Our efforts focus on feeding both body and soul.


Lent is the period of 40 days, not counting Sundays, between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. It is traditionally a period of time dedicated to introspection, humility, and simplicity in the context of hope – the hope of new life not only for humanity but all creation.