The monthly East Chattanooga Meet N Eat community zooms have become an inspiring and busy little virtual gathering space for making connections and seeing where we can all share resources to serve our communities.
The zooms are held on the first Wednesday of the month and open to anyone interested in contributing to or listening in on the conversations and community collaborations that are taking place every day all over East Chattanooga. Plan to attend the April meeting , just ask tara to send you the link email@example.com.
Our most recent Eat N Meet was held on Wednesday, March 3 and a few highlights include:
Tory Worley with Hope For The Inner City let everyone know that the dental clinic was still going on and there will be four clinics in the month of March. Information and a printable application can be found on Hope’s website. The Mercy Relief program is also still open for those in need within the 37404 and 37406 zip codes only. With the growing season starting it was great to learn that Tory is partnering with UTC whose students have been helping tend the garden and ready it for vegetables that will be coming soon!
Pastor J gave a great update from The Village Church and let us know they are launching a new conversation series on Facebook Live called Village Talks, exploring personal and spiritual development with different members of the community. The first Village Talk will be 7 pm on Tuesday, March 9th featuring Wayne Brown with Empower.
Dr. Everlena Holmes also gave an update on the East Chattanooga Improvement (ECI) group who has been meeting regularly as they work to develop a strategic plan for the group.
This month we were all happy to welcome Andrew Cone, New City Fellowship’s Youth Pastor, to his first East Chattanooga Meet n Eat and were glad to hear how the church will be reaching out to meet their neighbors this year.
And so much more! Interested? Please sit in on the Zoom recording here, or enjoy audio only here. Better yet! Sign up to get the link to the next East Chattanooga Meet n Eat by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org