INVITATION Coffee and Questions

This emailed invitation refers to meaningful conversations in the recent past and communicates the idea of providing a place where ongoing spiritual conversations can feel natural and safe.

Sample Email Invitation
Subject: Coffee and Questions

Hi Jenny,

I am taking a total shot in the dark, but somehow I thought you might be interested. If not, absolutely no worries! I keep thinking about the conversation that you and I had early in the spring, and just wanted to follow up with this invitation.

A week from Thursday evening, I am hosting something called Coffee and Questions at my house. Two of my friends and I are trying this because we each have friends who we think might be interested in exploring matters of faith. This is an opportunity for spiritually minded women to "try out" a discussion about God without a long-term commitment. Our desire is to provide a safe forum for tough questions to be asked and discussed in a non-judgmental, non-preachy, hopefully fun, manner.

If you can't come, but are intrigued, let me know and I will keep you in mind for anything like this we may do in the future. If you are not interested at all, tell me that too (and I hope you will still sit with me on the bleachers!!) I have enjoyed the conversations that you and I have shared and would look forward to more of the same. Either way, I hope you will take a look at the invitation attached.

And please keep us posted on the…[personal closing].
xox Kim

Attached printed invitation
What: Coffee and Questions (decaf and regular!)
When: Thursday, April 16, 2015
7:00-8:30 p.m.
Where: 123 Main St.

Bring the question about life, God, or the Bible that matters most to you right now.
Feel free to share this invitation with another friend you know who might be interested.