OneTable exists as a safe space for all who desire to be a part of the conversation surrounding faith, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We not only welcome all voices, but are convinced that all are needed. OneTable serves to help students think about faith and sexuality from a broader perspective, one that includes each of us, not only the LGBT community. We believe that intentionally living in the tension of disagreement is the way of the gospel of Christ. Jesus teaches us what relational ministry looks like, and we hope that OneTable is helping the Fuller community to be more relational in how they think about their ”other”, in this case the LGBT community. We do this by giving participants the opportunity to share a meal with people who are different from them while providing a safe space for people to listen, learn, and ask questions. OneTable holds monthly table fellowship meals and sponsors campus events including film screenings, speakers, and panels. While we exist primarily for Fuller students and faculty, we welcome any involvement from the wider Fuller community. As a non-political organization, we DO NOT exist to change policy within Fuller, our state, or on federal level.