Our theme this year celebrates #3 of the "36 Things" of our campus service manifesto, which reads: The interruptions are your most important work.


Our founder's mission animates us into radical service, which calls us to recognize the dignity of each guest we serve; during the pandemic, we have tuned our eyes to see and our ears to hear in new and responsive ways. Working through a pandemic has taught us that while interruptions are uncomfortable, they are also a tool. These interruptions have allowed us to excavate the real meaning of our work- to be present and serve in the margins no matter what. We have learned the power of adaptability and flexibility. We have learned that a moment's pause to consider next steps is life changing. We have learned that together, with our community of supporters, we are capable of embodying radical hospitality through just about anything.

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by Sacramento Loaves & Fishes


Our theme this year celebrates #3 of the "36 Things" of our campus service manifesto, which reads: The interruptions are your most important work.


Our founder's mission animates us into radical service, which calls us to recognize the dignity of each guest we serve; during the pandemic, we have tuned our eyes to see and our ears to hear in new and responsive ways. Working through a pandemic has taught us that while interruptions are uncomfortable, they are also a tool. These interruptions have allowed us to excavate the real meaning of our work- to be present and serve in the margins no matter what. We have learned the power of adaptability and flexibility. We have learned that a moment's pause to consider next steps is life changing. We have learned that together, with our community of supporters, we are capable of embodying radical hospitality through just about anything.