An introduction to The Men’s Table through stories and dialogue..
for men interested in being part of a Men’s Table
“It really gives me a sense of belonging – I feel a part of something” – James, Entree attendee
“A chance to have a different kind of conversation with men from the normal one down at the pub or at work” – Carlos, Entree attendee
The Entree will introduce you to how the Men’s Table works in a relaxed and conversational online video call. You’ll meet other men, learn about how a Table operates, and get a good feel for whether it is a fit for you.
It will be hosted by two experienced members from existing Tables, sharing our experiences from the first 130+ Tables, and responding to your questions, concerns and ideas as you consider joining an existing Men’s Table or being part of starting a newly forming Table in your local area.
What is the Men’s Table?
The Men’s Table is all about men serving men. The first Men’s Table (MT1) began in 2011 with 12 men who have met once a month for dinner and ever since. It is now growing to become a national charity and community of men.
The Men’s Table creates a unique environment for men to share openly about their lives, their challenges, their highs and lows with a group of men who they learn to know, like and trust.
It’s healthy to show emotions and share feelings, and it is time we freed men from outdated masculine norms. There’s also never been a better time to be part of building community.
The Men’s Table creates a sense of belonging, community, peer support and camaraderie that is lacking for many men, even for some who already have a group of mates. Belonging to a Men’s Table contributes to mental, emotional and social wellbeing whilst being a powerful support to individual members journeys through life.
Each Men’s Table is a distinct expression of the needs and personalities of its members, guided by a simple structure learned from MT1 and all the Tables since.
For more info, checkout – https://themenstable.org/
Or reach out for a chat on:
David; 0412 199 648
Ben; 0424 99 33 66