Breaking Bread at Wolfington Hall on Sunday, February 26th

On Sunday, February 26th, the Georgetown Environmental Justice Program is co-hosting Breaking Bread, “a shared meal with table fellowship and conversation about ways to care for orphaned and vulnerable children”.

This dinner will take place from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, at Wolfington Hall (Second Floor Conference Room, Main Campus). A space is limited and in order to help the chefs planning accordingly, please RSVP at this link by February 22nd.

“A one-time shared ritual meal, Breaking Bread creates space for community reflection and discussion, giving everyone at the table a chance to imagine what it means to care for children who have lost – or are at risk of losing – family care. The conversation includes facilitated discussion questions, quotations from spiritual and social justice traditions, and images to encourage deep conversation about ethics, values, policies, and actions.”