What we're about

If you're: interested in Jesus, but put off by organized religion; Christian, but watch where you say it; looking for either a supplement or an alternative to Sunday mornings; or simply an open-minded person in search of inquiring, compassionate community, then maybe Night Kitchen is for you. Night Kitchen is an open, informal, in-the-round gathering for adults of all ages. Its main goal is to provide fellowship and inspiration around the spiritual and ethical teachings of Jesus. Our emphasis is on the fully human, "pre-Easter" Jesus, and the Night Kitchen approach to supernatural events in the Bible is metaphorical rather than literal. A typical session will focus on a particular life or social issue and intersperse a brief biblical passage with personal anecdote and news of the world. We’ll spend a good chunk of each session getting to know each other, partly by sharing joys and concerns, but also in the process of exploring the theme du jour. What Night Kitchen is not: churchy, proselytizing, or dull! Meetings are Second Sundays at Karnan House, 206 Court St., Portsmouth (Second floor, Room 3). All meetings are FREE and begin at 7:15 PM, allowing attendees time to find on-street parking nearby (also free after 7:00 P.M.)

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