The Open Kitchens Project creates opportunities to share authentic food and vulnerable conversation around the dinner table. It is committed to help (mostly immigrant) moms build successful food businesses. They had their first pop-up dinner experience on August 9, with over 20 people, with food cooked by Asmait Tekle from Ethiopia.
Their Food Business Startup Program starts on September 24 – be sure to contact Paul Castiglione if you know someone who might like to share their innovative & culturally diverse food! Find out more through their website or Facebook Page.
Paul is also a UniteBoston Neighborhood Dinner Coordinator for the Somerville area and he is hosting his first neighborhood dinner this Sunday evening! Make plans to stop by as we seek to support one another to better love God and neighbor and further gospel movement!
Also, check out local artist Devin Ferreira’s new music video “Mustard Seed.” Devin is a member of Revive Community Church. We appreciate his creativity in communicating gospel truths! Check out Devin’s Youtube Channel and Website!