Posts Tagged ‘Christian hospitality’

Beginning May 5, a Burmese Christian congregation began worshiping at Broadway Christian Church in the basement area of the office complex. Leaders and members from Broadway welcomed them to their new home on Sunday when they began worshiping at what would become their regular time, 11:30 a.m.

The relationship with Broadway began through Broadway’s free community garden in which many Burmese grow their own food. That led to another dimension of hospitality, hosting them for worship in the Broadway building. For Broadway this is an affirmation of Christian unity, creating bridges of cultural understanding and peace and the practice of Christian hospitality.

For the full story you may want to read today’s feature in the Columbia Missourian.