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Love aLIVE Online Dinner Church
April 25 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Prepare your favourite dish, and join the conversation!
It promises to be a diverse group of folks sharing wide-ranging perspectives and experiences. Truly a thought-provoking gathering of ideas.
Let’s set the table…
On April 25th, the Skylight Festival team will be hosting our next Love aLIVE, an online dinner church series. Love aLIVE is a coming together of people from all walks of life as we gather around our virtual table and share how love is alive in our lives. You’re invited to share your experiences too!
So, exactly what do we mean by that?
Well, for many, how love is alive in their lives is about nurturing relationships at a time of physical distancing, when many of us can feel isolated. For others, it’s about reconnecting with loved ones who they now get to spend more time with. Perhaps helping others is a way you choose to keep love alive. Keeping love alive is a deeply personal experience and sharing those experiences with others is truly an act of generosity.
A shared meal is the perfect setting for conversations that feed us: body and soul.
Skylight Festival invites you, your friends, and family to join us and special guest, folksinger,songwriter and educator, Kate Reid. Kate is an exceptional creator and writer of songs who identifies as Queer. Pronouns: she/they. A whip smart wordsmith, Kate has a knack for candid story-telling and songwriting that is charged with humour and social-political commentary. Best of all, you don’t have to be queer to get it. What makes Kate stand out from other confessional writers is that they turn personal experience and insight into songs that strike a universal chord with their listeners.
To learn more about Kate, visit their website: https://katereid.net/home
Everyone is welcome, kids included. We’ll have a break-out room for them to share in their own guided activities. If parents and kids want to engage in the evening, then it would be good to grab a second device so that kids can be on one and parents on the other.
Note about dinner:
We understand that not everyone eats at 5 pm EST. It is ok if you’re still preparing your meal while we gather or you want to eat later. The evening is intended to be casual while you feast, prepare or just be with us in this time of community and connection.