Creating special moments with those we love by spending time together around the dinner table – this is what Sunday Supper is all about! The Sunday Supper Pledge is a promise to enjoy a meal with your loved ones every week, once a week. It’s a simple way to spend time together and make memories to last a lifetime!
Tell Us Your Story
To take the Sunday Supper Pledge, tell us your story – what inspires you to bring your loved ones back around the dinner table? Are you bringing back a family tradition, or starting a new one?
*If you have any trouble filling out the pledge form for any reason, send your pledge to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “SSM Pledge”.
What is the Sunday Supper Pledge?
The Sunday Supper Pledge is a commitment to bringing family back around the dinner table by enjoying a home-cooked meal together at least once a week.
But it’s about so much more than that, too! It starts off as one day a week, and soon becomes a way of life. By enjoying that time together with your loved ones, whether they’re your family or your closest friends, you’re sharing in a pastime strong enough to last generations.
Why take the pledge?
The Sunday Supper Pledge…
- Brings us together to enjoy a shared connection through a love of food
- Teaches us the importance of unplugging and being present with our loved ones
- Allows us to nourish each other in both body and mind
- Brings family and friends together with home-cooked meals you can all take part in
- Creates a tradition of love, laughter, and memories that will last you a lifetime!
What makes Sunday Supper important to me?
I have always been passionate about my mission to bring families together around the dinner table. As a mother of four, spending time with family is so important to me – and one of the best ways to do that is around the dinner table!
If you’ve read my about page, you know I started my first recipe website to share our family recipes with my daughter, who was moving away for college and said she would miss our family dinners the most. From there, the concept of Sunday Supper took off.
In 2012, I started promoting and asking people to join me in spreading the Sunday Supper mission, and it grew and grew until it became what it is today – even becoming National Sunday Supper Day! My family has grown, too, and with two grandsons, our mission statement is as deeply important to me as it has ever been.
The Sunday Supper Movement is about time around the family table. It has always been all about family time and memories we create that will last a lifetime and carry on from generation to generation.
It’s my mission to inspire you with great food and the best Sunday dinner ideas, so you can focus on spending time with your loved ones around the dinner table. I believe in the same mission for those of us who can’t be with our families – and for those whose friends are family to them!
Sunday Dinner Ideas to Try
Send a Photo of your Dinner
We would love to see the meals you’ve prepared for your loved ones! If you’d like to share, fill out the short contact form below. Our inbox is open to you!
Every pledge taken is one I see and cherish. Here are some past pledges I hope will inspire you to take the Sunday Supper Pledge and commit to a lifestyle that will truly change your time spent with family.
For us, this is pretty much every meal time. When the kids were much younger, we all enjoyed the evening meal as a time to talk about our day. Now that they’re older and mostly away, I still carry on the tradition of “being present” for meal time.Sharon
My grandson is 2 years old & I think it’s important for him to learn socialization & family time without electronics.Shelly
I love getting together with my family for Dinner. Every week we have a dinner with our Kids & Grandkids. We take turns cooking & hosting. We are all so busy in our lives & I feel it’s important to do this weekly so that we have a good relationship with our Grandkids and our adult children.Rosie
I love that we connect over a meal we’ve made together! The longest memories are made from these simple times!Carey
Sundays are one of the most relaxing days of the week for my family and I. It’s a day we always make sure to enjoy meals together and I have extra time to prepare something special.Erin
Thank you, always, for sharing your time spent around the family table with me. I truly love hearing from you!