Jeremiah's Table ministers to individuals with mental illness, substance abuse issues, and intellectual disabilities. These individuals are often the recipients of stigma, fear, and misunderstanding, which can leave them isolated and marginalized in the community. The Prophet Jeremiah was bitterly rejected and an outcast in his time, unrecognized as one chosen by God to speak his word. When we know each other, the perceived sense of "otherness" can be transformed into one of fellowship and mutual kinship through Christ. If we refuse to reject, we can honor the unique role God desires for all his people.
Jeremiah's Table is set quarterly with planned social events. Please see below for our planned upcoming events.
Jeremiah's Table is a collaboration between St. James', Friends of Loudoun Mental Health, and the Loudoun County Community Services Board Community Outreach Program.
For more information, contact the Church Office.