It's about time for Mesh to meet again, except for one thing: our brains are tired. Or, more accurately, our capacity to read any more books at this point is totally maxed out. So we're going to meet with no intellectual aspirations at all--just socializing and evening prayer. Oh, and food, of course. Come and celebrate Easter with no brainwork required.
Hence:Join us on Thursday, April 19th
in Sterling, VA
(location given upon email request)FOOD. DRINK. TALK. COMPLINE.
Bring a friend, food, or drink to share if you feel so inclined. And let us know if you have serious dog allergies. Mesh is geared toward people in their 20's and 30's who are interested in discussions about faith, but all are absolutely welcome.
07 March 2007
So last fall, my friends Susan and Will and I attempted to start a faith-based discussion / fellowship group in Northern Virginia for the young (20's/30's) and young at heart, called "mesh". Since Will moved to the Left Coast to take a cool job with Grace Cathedral, and as Susan and I have gotten frightfully busy, we've had mixed results drumming up interest for folks to read a book and come chat about it. So this time, we're leaving out the book. If you're in Northern Virginia or the DC area, and interested in getting together and hanging and praying with a bunch of faithful folks from the area, please drop by on 19 April. (I should warn you that it's probably gonna be mostly Episcopalians and maybe some folks from my nondenominational church, The Common Table, because, uh, that's who we know.) :-) Anyway, here's the post Susan put on the mesh blog, verbatim. I can't improve on it. BTW, to get directions, you gotta join our "meshcommunity" Yahoo! Group, 'cause Susan's too smart to post her home address on a blog.