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Let’s put your church to work.

Worship centers and community spaces can be places of refuge for the people they serve. But these buildings are often largely underutilized.

Coworking & Church?

There can be thousands of unused square feet in our local churches and community centers. That much unused space means we have room for a lot of opportunity, especially when we tap into the vitality and creativity of the Coworking Movement.

We partner with church leaders and social entrepreneurs to implement financially sustainable solutions for serving your neighborhood through coworking, event programming and community building.

Daryn DEzengotita | Table coworking

We work directly with your team to animate your space and create a foundation to amplify community resources and generate real social impact.

check out a few of our connected spaces

meet a few of our connected people

“Keep your eye on this one. Daryn is doing some of the most important work I can think of right now and that’s bringing coworking into underutilized churches. Also, she makes me laugh and laugh and laugh and I value that over almost anything.”

Angel Kwiatkowski

“I am a testament to the openness and acceptance that one can find within Table Coworking. A Jew filling a church with the aroma of fresh bagels out of the oven, serving his customers and coworkers alike. This isn’t a scene you encounter in any old church or any new coworking space.”

Oren Salomon

“Churches often struggle to foster the kinds of deep relationships that require more time than Sunday mornings allow. But if we can provide a daily gathering place where folks can drop their masks and be their authentic selves, it might just have a ripple effect that in turn inspires a partner, a family, a neighborhood . . . a world.”

Ken Crawford

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Daryn DeZengotita
Work Together, People LLC

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