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Community Dinner: South El Monte
Mar
22
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: South El Monte

  • Epiphany Parish - ZION Household (old convent) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

Bring food and drinks, it’s a POTLUCK!

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: SANTA ANA
Mar
24
6:00 PM18:00

Community Dinner: SANTA ANA

Community-Dinner---Santa-Ana.jpg
The danger nowadays is that people no longer know how to celebrate and eat together. (...)
In order to create unity, to live as a body, we need to know how to take time over meals, to eat well, with good wine or beer. We need to know how to tell stories, our own stories, and to laugh and sing together.
— JEAN VANIER

Community Dinner SANTA ANA is one of the local Stone to Flesh community events centered on building relationships, rest, recharge and chill. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with some free-flow praise and worship and ministry time. 

Families with kids are welcome.  It's a potluck, so bring food!

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Community Dinner: AZUSA
Apr
29
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: AZUSA

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Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: Hollywood
May
2
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: Hollywood

Community-Dinner-Hollywood.jpg

Free, open to all. Bring food and drink, it’s a potluck!

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: South El Monte
Feb
22
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: South El Monte

  • Epiphany Parish - ZION Household (old convent) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

Bring food and drinks, it’s a POTLUCK!

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: AZUSA
Feb
11
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: AZUSA

community-dinner.jpg

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: Riverside
Jan
19
6:00 PM18:00

Community Dinner: Riverside

community-dinner-riverside.jpg

“The danger nowadays is that people no longer know how to celebrate and eat together. (...)
In order to create unity, to live as a body, we need to know how to take time over meals, to eat well, with good wine or beer. We need to know how to tell stories, our own stories, and to laugh and sing together.”

— JEAN VANIER

Local Stone to Flesh community events centered on building relationships, rest, recharge and chill. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you!

Contact - Sandra Burroughs: Scburroughs@msn.com

 

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Community Dinner: Hollywood
Jan
13
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: Hollywood

Community-Dinner-Hollywood.jpg

Free, open to all. Bring food and drink, it’s a potluck!

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Epiphany Party
Jan
6
6:30 PM18:30

Epiphany Party

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Potluck! Bring your fav Christmas dish!

It is hard to change the culture of celebrating Christmas in the Christmas, not Advent season. But we will try! We are going to celebrate the last Christmas Day and Epiphany by having a party with a gift exchange, singing carols and eating. Bring one gift under $10 (homemade is ok) and a Christmas dish to share. 

The kids and people feeling like kids can wear anything related to Epiphany: kings, star, animals in the manger, holy family, Herod etc.

There will be

- an ugly Christmas sweater contest with a catwalk and a prize! Bring all your family!
- carols from different lands singing (sing a Christmas carol in your language)
- national dishes of Christmas (you will bring one)

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Community Dinner: South El Monte
Dec
21
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: South El Monte

  • Epiphany Parish - Zion Household (old convent) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

Contact: Vincent.H.Munoz@gmail.com 

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: SANTA ANA
Dec
16
6:00 PM18:00

Community Dinner: SANTA ANA

Community-Dinner---Santa-Ana.jpg
The danger nowadays is that people no longer know how to celebrate and eat together. (...)
In order to create unity, to live as a body, we need to know how to take time over meals, to eat well, with good wine or beer. We need to know how to tell stories, our own stories, and to laugh and sing together.
— JEAN VANIER

Community Dinner SANTA ANA is one of the local Stone to Flesh community events centered on building relationships, rest, recharge and chill. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with some free-flow praise and worship and ministry time. 

Families with kids are welcome.  It's a potluck, so bring food!

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Community Dinner: LA VERNE
Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: LA VERNE

Community-dinner-La-Verne.jpg

Free, open to all.

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: AZUSA
Nov
26
7:00 PM19:00

Community Dinner: AZUSA

community-dinner.jpg

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: South El Monte
Oct
26
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: South El Monte

Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

Contact: rohkudus3@gmail.com 

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: South El Monte
Sep
28
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: South El Monte

Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

Contact: rohkudus3@gmail.com 

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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GRIT : IMPACT
Sep
13
7:00 PM19:00

GRIT : IMPACT

  • Zion Household - Epiphany Parish (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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GRIT is a Life Group for Men meeting on the 2nd Thur of every month.

GRIT is about not giving up, creating a space for brotherhood, mentoring and spiritual friendships for all men, single and married who are willing to go up the hill and undertake the most critical journey in their life: philosophers and theologians, baseball and football fans, poets who love jazz and coach potatoes who binge on Netflix action movies.

You don't have to be a committed Catholic to attend but you need to be willing to listen and to hang out. You do not have to be a part of Stone to Flesh School of the Heart or Community to participate.  

We are planning to meet monthly. Bring some food and/or drink, man. It's never enough.  Bring your Bible if you have one, and your conscience.

IMPACT is series of three monthly meet-ups (July - Sept.) which are all about realizing what is our mission in life.

7pm Community Dinner - Bring food!

7:30pm - Prayer, Sharing, Discussion

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Community Dinner: Riverside
Sep
8
6:00 PM18:00

Community Dinner: Riverside

community-dinner-riverside.jpg

“The danger nowadays is that people no longer know how to celebrate and eat together. (...)
In order to create unity, to live as a body, we need to know how to take time over meals, to eat well, with good wine or beer. We need to know how to tell stories, our own stories, and to laugh and sing together.”

— JEAN VANIER

Local Stone to Flesh community events centered on building relationships, rest, recharge and chill. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you!

Contact - Sandra Burroughs: Scburroughs@msn.com

 

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Community Dinner: LA VERNE
Aug
23
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: LA VERNE

Community-dinner-La-Verne.jpg

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: South El Monte
Aug
23
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: South El Monte

Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

Contact: rohkudus3@gmail.com 

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

View Event →
Community Dinner: Riverside
Aug
11
6:00 PM18:00

Community Dinner: Riverside

community-dinner-riverside.jpg
“The danger nowadays is that people no longer know how to celebrate and eat together. (...) 
In order to create unity, to live as a body, we need to know how to take time over meals, to eat well, with good wine or beer. We need to know how to tell stories, our own stories, and to laugh and sing together.”

— JEAN VANIER

Local Stone to Flesh community events centered on building relationships, rest, recharge and chill. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you!

Contact - Sandra Burroughs: Scburroughs@msn.com

 

View Event →
GRIT : IMPACT
Aug
9
7:00 PM19:00

GRIT : IMPACT

Impact.jpg

GRIT is a Life Group for Men. 

GRIT is about not giving up, creating a space for brotherhood, mentoring and spiritual friendships for all men, single and married who are willing to go up the hill and undertake the most critical journey in their life: philosophers and theologians, baseball and football fans, poets who love jazz and coach potatoes who binge on Netflix action movies.

You don't have to be a committed Catholic to attend but you need to be willing to listen and to hang out. You do not have to be a part of Stone to Flesh School of the Heart or Community to participate.  

We are planning to meet monthly. Bring some food and/or drink, man. It's never enough.  Bring your Bible if you have one, and your conscience.

IMPACT is series of three monthly meet-ups (July - Sept.) which are all about realizing what is our mission in life.

7pm Community Dinner - Bring food!

7:45pm Prayer, Sharing, Discussion

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Community Dinner: South El Monte
Jul
26
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: South El Monte

Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

Contact: rohkudus3@gmail.com 

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

View Event →
Community Dinner: SANTA ANA
Jul
22
5:00 PM17:00

Community Dinner: SANTA ANA

Community-Dinner---Santa-Ana.jpg
The danger nowadays is that people no longer know how to celebrate and eat together. (...)
In order to create unity, to live as a body, we need to know how to take time over meals, to eat well, with good wine or beer. We need to know how to tell stories, our own stories, and to laugh and sing together.
— JEAN VANIER

Community Dinner SANTA ANA is one of the local Stone to Flesh community events centered on building relationships, rest, recharge and chill. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with some free-flow praise and worship and ministry time. 

Families with kids are welcome.  It's a potluck, so I will bring:

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Community Dinner: LA VERNE
Jul
19
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: LA VERNE

Community-dinner-La-Verne.jpg

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: AZUSA
Jul
15
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: AZUSA

community-dinner.jpg

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

View Event →
GRIT : IMPACT
Jul
12
7:00 PM19:00

GRIT : IMPACT

Impact.jpg

GRIT is a Life Group for Men. 

GRIT is about not giving up, creating a space for brotherhood, mentoring and spiritual friendships for all men, single and married who are willing to go up the hill and undertake the most critical journey in their life: philosophers and theologians, baseball and football fans, poets who love jazz and coach potatoes who binge on Netflix action movies.

You don't have to be a committed Catholic to attend but you need to be willing to listen and to hang out. You do not have to be a part of Stone to Flesh School of the Heart or Community to participate.  

We are planning to meet monthly. Bring some food and/or drink, man. It's never enough.  Bring your Bible if you have one, and your conscience.

IMPACT is series of three monthly meet-ups (July - Sept.) which are all about realizing what is our mission in life.

7pm Community Dinner - Bring food!

7:30pm Worship

8:00 Message

8:20 GRIT Groups

 

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Community Dinner: LA VERNE
Jun
21
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: LA VERNE

Community-dinner-La-Verne.jpg

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner on the Beach
Jun
9
4:30 PM16:30

Community Dinner on the Beach

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Join us for a day of fun and chill at the beach. Potluck style. Bring blankets, water, food, sunscreen, kites and kids, guitars and friends. We provide time, God provides sunset, the ocean and sand.

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: AZUSA
May
27
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: AZUSA

community-dinner.jpg

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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Community Dinner: South El Monte
May
17
6:30 PM18:30

Community Dinner: South El Monte

Community-Dinner---South-El-Monte.jpg

6:30 pm Dinner

7:30 pm Adoration in the ZION household chapel

Contact: rohkudus3@gmail.com 

Community Dinners are counter-cultural to the plague of loneliness. We are all connected yet do not belong. We all crave to know others and to be known yet we lack spaces and times where the casual and intimate conversation may happen.

It is also a great way to learn about what Stone to Flesh Community is all about and how can you get plugged in. We want to connect with you personally and start with listening to your story!

Our local Stone to Flesh community dinners are centered on gathering 10 - 30 people (kids including) where all we 'do' is listening, sharing, resting, recharging and chilling. People in the reasonable distance from the Community Dinner location are gathering together for an evening of common meal (potluck style) and conversation, ending with short prayer. No specific agenda other than cooking/eating, fellowship around the table/back yard, having fun together. Candlelight, pizza or barbecue... music, dancing or discussions - it's up to you! So bring your fam and friends to celebrate life together!

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