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In December 1984, the ecumenical Community of St. Martin opened St. Martin’s Table, a non-profit restaurant dedicated to peacemaking and supporting hunger-related causes. For 26 years, until its close in December 2010, the Table was a beloved part of the Cedar Riverside neighborhood. It had been a gathering place for many neighbors, peace and justice advocates, and progressive church members throughout the Twin Cities.

After a few quiet years, Augsburg University began leasing the space, working with Trinity Lutheran Congregation and other Cedar Riverside organizations to make this space, now called Cedar Commons, a thriving hub of collaboration.