Theology on Tap is a lecture and discussion series for young adults. Our particular series happens each October. This year our theme is Living Hope, and each one of our diverse speakers will address the topic through the lens of his or her experience and perspective. We have a great line up!
Each night we'll gather at the Humble Monk in Northside at 7, and the speaker will begin around 7:30. After the talk, we'll have table conversation and do some Q & A with the speaker.
The event has Catholic roots, but all young adults are welcome. -- questioners, seekers, church goers, spiritual-but-not-religious, and everyone! No expertise needed. We all share out of our own experience.
And the event is free, although the food and beer are on you.
Make new friends. Explore spiritual topics. Drink good beer.
We are in some troubled times. With all that's going on in our country, and our personal struggles for good mental health and a spiritual life too, how do we find hope? Our series will explore how various people find hope — even in difficult circumstances.
On October 24th, we’ll hear from Fr. William F. Cleves and Julie Wagner.
Fr. William F. Cleves serves as pastor of Holy Parish in Newport, KY, and will soon teach a leadership class at a local high school. A former president of Thomas Moore University, he has taught students at every level (except kindergarten!), and has been a compassionate, pastoral presence to many.
Julie Wagner is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. A knowledgeable mental health professional and compassionate listener, she has walked with many people during their dark times. She currently works with teens at a local nonprofit.
We'll gather at 7, start the presentation at 7:30, and have conversation at tables and Q&A with the speakers, and finish around 9. The event is free, although your beer and food are on you. :)
The event has Catholic roots, but all young adults are welcome -- questioners, seekers, church goers, spiritual-but-not-religious, and everyone! No expertise needed. We each share out of our own experience.
So, come and explore deep sources of unshakable, active, enduring hope. Connect with community. And drink good beer.