January 28, 2023

Join us for our 1st East Providence Community Table Dinner


Where food brings people together. To feed the hungry, physically and relationally, by providing community gatherings in which food, friendship, and neighborly love will be shared by all.

To provide an atmosphere in which our community members can come together to serve one another and experience the love and support of the people around them, building stronger relationships and healthier lives.

In the world today, people are hungry for real relationships. East Providence Community Table is established by the East Providence Elks with a passion to feed the community physically and relationally with a once-a-month meal and social gathering. After a decade of technology and social media becoming the conduit for human connection, society, by and large, is starving for personal interaction and a desire to experience community.

As human beings, we are designed for relationships. We need each other. But through a slow decline of social interactions and an ever-increasing busyness in our modern-day lives, people are experiencing devastating levels of depression, anxiety, broken families, and a lack of mentoring relationships, causing the general public to feel alone and disconnected.

At East Providence Community Table, we believe that by coming together to interact we can begin to establish a network of support and community that will promote healthy and thriving individuals and families. It’s time to restore a deep and bonding unity within the human race, and it begins in our local community. Join us for food, friendship, and neighborly love.

Our 1st East Providence Community Table Dinner will be held on Saturday, November 5th at the East Providence Elks Lodge, 60 Berkeley Street. Dinner will be served from 5pm – 7pm. Feel free to stay after dinner for music and socializing. Dinner will be pasta and meatballs, salad, bread, and dessert. Recommended donation for dinner is $10 to offset the cost of dinner and take-home pasta bowl. Any proceeds from the dinner will benefit local Elks charities.


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