Not many of us have front porches anymore, but we still need that intentional space ... to live life together and welcome our neighbors.
Our Front Porch
Our society is so frenetic, rushing to achieve goals and get something done. It's easy to feel reduced to another cog in the big machine of life. Back in the early days, especially in the South, houses had big front porches, where families could seek refuge from the heat, meet up to rest, share stories, dialogue, live life and most importantly chat with their neighbors. Not many of us have front porches anymore, but we still need that intentional space. Here in the Ohana, we value resting together, sharing our stories, living life together, and welcoming our neighbors.
If attending a Sunday service makes you uneasy, or if just getting out on a Sunday morning is not possible, you're welcome to hang out with us, regardless of religion, orientation, race, gender, or creed. We love to hang out with friends, old and new, and have a good time. No strings attached. Really.
Eldridge Gravy and the Court Supreme
University Village Free Concerts
Annual Church Picnic/Kickball Game
Fri, October 7th-Sun, October 9th
Sunday, October 9th
Tuesday Night Dinner
Every Tuesday night from 5:30-7:30pm
Bring a side dish to share
11 am -2 pm
Chili is main dish
Hang Out with Us