You Can Review Living Table Today

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Tell folks about your experiences with Living Table. Otherwise, how will they ever know?

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Your voice is important. If you have ever attended Living Table, whether you have been a part of this community for years, receiving and giving care, sharing stories, figuring out faith today, whether you have been a part of only a few things but they meant something to you, or whether you have experienced many key transitions of life in this community of faith, here is the link that you need:

Tell folks on Google Reviews what you think of Living Table!

In Case You Missed It (ICYMI): Now that the new website is live, I was finally able to apply this morning for the Google Ad Grants program. Thus, very soon (i.e. most likely next week) we will have a lot more people reading this website than ever before. If you are one of them, hello and welcome! If you are a Living Table regular, please help me welcome new folks by leaving a Google review that shares your honest opinion and experience, so that they might want to come find out more about this beloved community, one that I’m trying to uncover from being the best kept secret. Help me help you.

About Erika Sanborne

Erika Sanborne is the website developer and administrator for Living Table. In addition to web development, she produces digital graphics, videos, animated explainers, and portraiture work. Her other hats include: long-time math and psychological science educator, ordained UCC clergy, disabled veteran who is for peace, disability justice advocate, population health and disability policy researcher, and sociology PhD candidate.

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6 thoughts on “You Can Review Living Table Today”

  1. It’s so nice to see people starting to leave comments on all the different blog posts that are flowing in each week, with reflections, poems, news, annoucements and other things! If you want to specifically leave a review of Living Table, please do that! The link is in this post and also you can review Living Table on Google here.

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  2. I love the big letters in front of the sanctuary spelling out Hope, Peace, Joy. This Sunday, Love will be added! We had so much fun at Advent Art day making these!

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  3. Just circling back to this post from November to add to it, now that it’s January, to note that still nobody has reviewed Living Table on Google. The link to do so is the giant orange link in the middle of this blog post.

    Backstory – I wrote this post inviting Google reviews after a Sunday morning in which numerous, heartfelt stories of deep connection and meaning were shared, specifically about why and how folks felt Living Table had been a valuable part of their lives over the years. Perhaps you remember that Sunday even? Surely you recall the stories, as they are yours.

    It would be great if a few of those experiences made it to a more public space. Why?

    I am trying to help you all not remain “the best kept secret in Minneapolis”… 🤷✌️

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