top of page

Our Recent Posts



Christmas is coming to dinner

As the holiday season approaches and Christmas dinners start to fill our calendars, it's important to remember the true meaning of the holiday. For many, Christmas is a time to come together with loved ones and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. However, in the hustle and bustle of gift-giving and party-planning, it can be easy to lose sight of the spiritual aspect of the holiday. If you're looking to reintroduce the story of faith at your Christmas dinner, here are a few creative ideas to consider.

  1. Start a new tradition by reading the Christmas story from the Bible. This can be a meaningful way to begin your dinner and set the tone for the rest of the evening. Consider assigning different parts of the story to different members of the family, or reading it together as a group.

  1. Incorporate elements of the Christmas story into your decorations and table setting. You could use nativity scenes as part of your centerpieces, or hang ornaments with Bible verses on your tree.

  1. Use your meal as an opportunity to teach others about the story of Christmas. Consider preparing dishes that have significance in the Christmas story, such as lamb (symbolizing Jesus as the Lamb of God) or figs (which were a common food in ancient Palestine). You could also share the history and significance of these dishes with your guests as you enjoy them together.

  2. Share your own personal reflections on the Christmas story. Take a few minutes during dinner to share with your guests what the holiday means to you, and how your faith has impacted your life.

  1. Consider incorporating a time of prayer or reflection into your dinner. This could be as simple as taking a few moments of silence to reflect on the meaning of the holiday, or offering a prayer of thanksgiving before the meal.

By incorporating these ideas into your Christmas dinner, you can help to bring the story of faith back to the forefront of the holiday season. Whether it's through decorations, food, or personal reflection, there are many ways to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with your loved ones.

bottom of page