One bread, one body, one table - for all of us.

This gathering echoes the ideas of unity presented in 1 Corinthians 10:17 and we’re here to show you the love!
You’re invited to share in this dinner party filled with art, cross-cultural conversations, and of course, amazing food.

To add just a little more flavor to this special night, we’re bringing you industry insight
from ground shaking visionaries in our communities.

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John Wood

A genuine voice to the open heart, John Wood is author, poet, and speaker delivering honesty, vulnerability and engaging storytelling to the mic. An Atlanta native, Wood has taken his Christian, academic and black experiences and molded a message for both the old and young. Uninterested in surface level encounters, Wood’s poems and talks dive directly into the heart of every issue, with the sole purpose of healing the current condition of his listeners. No matter if it’s a café, classroom, or pulpit, Wood is committed to the unending task of fueling the joy on the inside of us all. John has opened for other talented acts such as Alysia Harris, Jasmine Mans, Rudy Francisco, GeorgiaMe and Queen Sheba. He released his debut collection of poetry “Things I Lost Along the Way” in 2017.

Few things in this world rival the power of a delectable, appetizing culinary experience.
In food, we find sustenance, pleasure, and a medium for fellowship - the very things we find in Jesus Christ, The Bread of Life.

The name The Creator’s Table is a play on words, referring to both the natural and spiritual nature of the gathering. Here’s a quick run down of the concepts that are speaking through our gathering:

  1. This is a table for the creators. We believe everyone has God-given creative energy, purposed for the glory of The Lord.

  2. This table is representative of the body of Christ. All are invited to join.

  3. This is a place where you can be fed spiritually, but also professionally.

This isn’t just our table. It’s The Creator’s Table.

 

Come Sit With us.

There’s room at the table for you