The refugees who call Amarillo home have overcome incredible adversity in their home countries. Yet after surviving war, famine, and persecution, many of these men and women now find themselves alone in our neighborhoods. Each person has their own story to tell—harrowing, excruciating, victorious, and dramatic tales. But who will listen?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our large-scale Table Talk program remains on hold. Instead, we host Bridge Dinners on select Thursday and Saturday nights. At these potluck dinners, we gather with refugee families to hear their stories and celebrate their cultures in an intimate and informal setting.
Each week focuses on a different community and culture. Come with your family to learn about their cultures, try their foods, and make new friends! Ask questions or get your name on the list by emailing Mandi.