OUR READING ROOM

We welcome all; within this quiet roomFor us the table of the feast is spread,And placed thereon abundantly is bread,Sustenance from heaven; he to whomThis bread is given shall be satisfied.Here tenderly and gently is suppliedMilk for the babes in Christ, of whom Paul spake,That they may grow in grace; and here is storeOf meat for those grown mighty in the Lord,Meat for strong men. Here freely is outpouredThe pure and living water; we may slakeOur thirst, nor thirst again forevermore.

And here is offered wine of inspiration,Here too is proffered oil for consecration.Listen, how still the words of welcome call:"Find here the meat and bread, the oil and wine,The milk, the living water; come and dine."The feast waits ever, and we welcome all.

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