This book is a comparative study between Christianity and Sikhism on the matter of Christian perspective of Eucharist and Sikh perspective of Holy Food. It highlights the rich heritage of hospitality and the inclusive nature of Christianity. It also talks about hospitality in the religions of Indian origin. The author proclaims hospitality as a mission method to reach the margins of our national society. He further talks about Christology that is not beyond human perception and transcendent but can be witnessed in our day to day lives. The borders of Eucharistic Hospitality can be enlarged to do mission work if our aim is to build an integrated and cohesive society. This book is informative in nature and it touches the institutional narrative which is the major essence of Christianity. Rev. Harrison Masih who is from Punjab completed his B.D. from Bishop′s College, Kolkata and his M.Th. (Mission and Ecumenism) from the United Theological College, Bangalore. He served the CNI Diocese of Marathwada for two years (2012-14) as Deacon and Youth Co-ordinator. He joined the CNI Diocese of North East India and continues to serve as a Presbyter there.