Tabemashou - “Nourishing the Body and the Soul”

Tabemashou is a bimonthly event series centering on food and cooking, and their relationships to identity, culture, and community. Tabemashou is a space to gather in fellowship and practice community care, through cooking and eating together. Food and foodways have historically been the site of violence, power, reclamation, survival, and identity formation; engaging with that and cooking together is a way of connecting to ourselves, our ancestors, and to one another.

The next Tabemashou is scheduled for March 29th at 6:30PM at Aldersgate UMC

Please join us anytime. For questions or to RSVP, contact to Lyn at; include any dietary restrictions. Please RSVP to help us to provide enough food for everyone.

Accessibility: AUMC is located at the top of a steep hill; 2 designated disabled parking spaces are available at the top of the hill. There are 2 sets of non-automatic doors to reach the kitchen; there are no steps or stairs. The kitchen is brightly lit and set up for standing only. The eating area is equipped with folding chairs. Gendered and single-stall gender-neutral bathrooms are available and wheelchair-accessible. Quiet rooms with low lighting are available. This event is not scent-free. Please contact for more information or to request any changes that will make Tabemashou more accessible to you.