The Table of God's grace in Jesus Christ is call to remember the Last Supper on the eve of Jesus' crucifixion. The Table is a place where everyone is welcomed, where everyone is served, and where everyone is reminded of the church's purpose and mission. It is at the Table where we remember Jesus' words to us, that we are to follow Christ's humble mandate to serve another, "washing the feet" of those, not only at the Table among us but especially those who might not ever get invited to the Table (or even have a chance to get to the Table in the first place). The Table is a place to partake of the body of Christ, the bread and the wine, the body and the blood, and to know that Jesus gave his entire life in order to unite people at the Table in loving service to his Father and through the Holy Spirit. When we meet at Town & Country, we are seated at the Table of both rest and re-commitment, we are both comforted and challenged to love one another just as Christ has loved us (John 13:34). Here at the Table, we learn to love God with our entire selves and love our neighbor in humble self-love, too.