All are welcome at A Midwinter Night’s Dinner

Join fellow Vancouverites of all ages for a simple potluck dinner where we will break bread, make friends, and share in human connection.

Vancouver is known as a lonely city, but we at Canadian Memorial are here to challenge that narrative! On February 2 at 6:00pm, join us for A Midwinter Night’s Dinner, as we bring together a group of strangers for a community experience over food.

Community dinners like this are growing in popularity across Canada, and we are bringing that trend to Vancouver. The United Church Observer even recently published an article on the rise of community dinners across the country. To quote journalist Alanna Mitchell, “The revival of community dinners reveals that we long for more than good food – we want human connection.” Want to experience this for yourself? A Midwinter Night’s Dinner will be an opportunity for all of us to build connection and community, even in the midst of winter.

This dinner is potluck, and registration is required to attend because space is limited. There’s a suggested donation of $5.

Canadian Memorial is an open-minded, open-hearted, Affirming community. All are truly welcome. No religious or spiritual affiliation is required. Just bring some food to share and an open heart. Come with people you know, or just show up and be introduced to new friends. We look forward to sharing food in community with you!

CLICK HERE for tickets and more details!