When Christians eat together they commune over their common need and God’s provision. Meals are a daily reminder of their common need for God and His faithfulness to provide both physically and spiritually.

(The members of the church … brought their provisions for the meal with them and these were shared with the others. The breaking of bread and the blessing of the cup has already been confirmed as a special act at the end of the meal … 1 Cor 14)

This is why KACC reception committee believes that the church does not meet primarily to learn, but primarily meets so that it can be a family, where food is served and fellowship is made warm.