Byron Webb, originally from Alabama is a Navy veteran and was introduced to Pinnacle by MANA House, a shelter for veterans, also another initiative of Pinnacle Promise. Byron was served by a Pinnacle Team in 2013-2014 period and the Team concluded its work after 12 months.

After being away for a couple years, Byron returned to the church last year, became a member and has been active in greeting and ushering guests and members... serving God along side those who helped him.

This film was produced by The Open Table Inc.


Open Table uses a team approach with regular meetings to work with homeless individuals and families. The process includes the family and a team of 8-12 congregation members working together to provide guidance and support for the displaced family.

A plan is developed to help the family exit their current condition over a 12-month period. The plan includes steps required to gain employment, housing and furnishings, medical and dental care, education, transportation and other basic needs. Previously established resources and relationship to employers, landlords, doctors, teachers, and others play a critical role in providing donated services to the family.

Pinnacle Presbyterian Church initiated its first Open Table in January 2011, which concluded with a former homeless family returning to self-reliance. In June 2015 Table #7 was established with a team to assist a family from our community.

Click here to watch a short video about the Mission of Open Table at Pinnacle. For more information about Open Table and how you can participate, contact

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