Hi there! Come on in! Have a look around.

Let me introduce myself. I am Wanda, your Tea Time host, and I am so excited you are here.

Tea time has been practiced throughout the ages. According to various online sources, afternoon tea began in the early 1800s when Anna Maria Stanhope, known as the Duchess of Bedford, became peckish around four after a skimpy noon meal. The practice continued with the working class as they came home for the daily grind. When the tea time experience was held at a standard-sized table it was called a high tea. When held at a coffee table, or some other low table, it was called a low tea. It wasn’t long before tea time became social events that were experienced by different cultures around the world, and are still enjoyed today.

Like a tea time fellowship in real-time, I hope to bring spiritual, emotional, and physical nutrition to others through virtual ‘tea time’ gatherings. So grab yourself a cup of coffee or tea and have a seat. Join me as I ponder God, His ways, and His purpose for His creation.

I’m looking forward to connecting with you.