When we open our homes to friends and strangers, set the table, put on a meal, and break bread together, we invite God's blessing. This pattern of hospitality is at the heart of the gospel. Food for the body and food for the soul belong together. Table fellowship fits into the New Testament narrative so ubtrusively that we can almost miss it. Jesus used simple hospitality and meal time conversations to share the most profound truths of the gospel. Spirituality is often squeezed into a corner of life reserved for pious reflections and church services. But God intended spirituality to be at the centre of our ordinary, every-day life together. Table grace is food for the mind, a metaphor for communion with God. Table grace is food for the body, a means for sustaining physical strength. Table grace is food for the soul, a method for understanding God's values. Table grace is food for the hungry, a model for serving Christ and his Kingdom.