the big dinner

sunday august 4 — 4-8pm — prospect park

Join us for an epic church-wide, family-style potluck dinner in Prospect Park! Plan to bring a dish to share with everyone. Invite your friends and family to come celebrate summer with us… all are welcome to attend! Toys and games will be available for your child during the evening, but we encourage you to first enjoy the meal together as a family.


upcoming dinner

Sunday August 4 — 4-8pm
Prospect Park 10th Avenue Lawn
35 Prospect Park Southwest, Brooklyn

Get ready for an epic evening of food, frisbees, and family in Prospect Park (10th Avenue Lawn). Enter the park at 15th Street (Bartel-Pritchard Square near F&G train, or the B61/B68 buses). Come armed with your friends, folding chairs, picnic blankets, sunscreen, bug spray, outdoor games, and plenty of food... just look for the colorful flags hanging from the trees!

Plan to bring food to share: appetizers, entrees, salads, snacks, desserts, beverages, and kid-friendly fare.

what to bring

If you love making a dish from scratch... or you're an expert in finding the best store-bought food (and passing it off as your own), let us know what you're planning to bring and share with everyone! We don’t have the ability to grill, heat up, or chill your dish, so please plan accordingly.

Trinity Grace will provide beverages, plates, cups, napkins, tablecloths, utensils, serving trays, labels for your dish, and takeaway containers for leftovers.

why we gather

The Big Dinner is a recurring rhythm at Trinity Grace for building relationships that we see displayed by Jesus and his followers through the simple act of sharing a meal together. This is a beautiful opportunity to remind each other of how we are all loved, accepted, and seen as children created in the image of God.

Please pray with us leading up to this gathering: that it will be an amazing opportunity for us to grow deeper as a community.


"Glorify the Lord with me; let us exalt his name together... Those who look to him are radiant; their faces are never covered with shame... Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him."

—Psalm 34