You Are Invited to the Feast

You Are Invited to the Feast

John 6:25-35

    Our friend Stephanie Salter, retired columnist, texted  this morning, “We are fu.ked without gratitude.” And in that comment carries the whole meaning of present day Thanksgiving–a day to remember, and to give thanks. Without gratitude we walk around as shadows.

    Personally we have gratitude for  our closest friends,  who support us each day–and keep our  feet certainly on the ground, in particular, Aaron, Cale, Brandon, and Matt, they  do not see us as a priest, but as their homie, a part of their team, their “bruddah”  and keep us grounded each day of our life; We am thankful for our friends who support  in other ways- emotionally, and financially, and make this ministry possible, some far away; We are grateful for the young men and women who struggle on the street and  empower us to love with every breath of our body; and most of all we are grateful for the One who says to each of us: 

“You are invited to the feast. It doesn’t matter where you’re coming from or who your family is or what you’ve done or what you’ve not done. It doesn’t matter how you’re dressed or how you speak or who you love. There’s a place for you. Dinner is ready”.

-Br. Luke Ditewig

“I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry and whoever believe in me will never e thirsty.” (John 6:35) Dinner is ready!


Traditional Lunch and Holy Eucharist,  1:00 p.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church–1755 Clay Street, San Francisco, CA 94109; and Dinner served at  Canon Kip Senior Center, 6:45 p.m. tonight. Come Join Us!


Father River Damien Sims, sfw, D.Min.

P.O. Box 642656

San Francisco, CA 94164


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