Christ Church Pub Theology

Christ Church Pub Theology

Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Coordinator: Ryan LaRock |

Are there topics related to faith that you find yourself wanting to dive into on a deeper level beyond Sunday mornings? Want to have an opportunity to hear from a variety of speakers, pastors, and theologians on a wide array of church topics? Christ Church Pub Theology is the family-friendly place to bring yourself, invite a neighbor, and a heart open to having fruitful conversations in a relaxed setting.

You are welcome to bring your own dinner or order food from a local establishment that delivers. Menus are available in the brewery. If you don't care for beer, the brewery offers a variety of sodas, house-brewed coffee, and hot tea.

Meets the third Tuesday of every month, beginning January 16th,  7-9pm

OCTOBER DISCUSSION:  What is the church's role in times of disaster?  As we find ourselves in the midst of hurricane season, one cannot help but think of how to live out the gospel life in the most Christ-like of ways.  Events like these not only challenge us to wrestle with the nature of God's presence when we encounter disaster, but they also raise critical questions behind what it means to serve others well.  In other words, are there ways of ministering to others that are problematic or too assumptive?

Join the Rev. Ellen LaCroix-Fillette from Centreville UMC as she speaks about ministering in disaster, the nature of God in disaster, and what it means to reclaim our understanding of serving.

Water's End Brewery: 12425 Dillingham Square, Lake Ridge, Va 22192



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