Theology on Tap Various Mondays @ 6:30 PM, Led by
Pastor Brandon Lewis
Drink. Conversation. Community.
Theology on Tap is gathering for people of all generations, backgrounds, and traditions where inquiry and reflection cross with leisure and a good drink. More specifically, it is a discussion on matters of human interest with theological significance. We aim to connect theology and life, and learn about God and ourselves in the process. On a typical night we’ll gather around 6:30 to unwind and enjoy meaningful conversations. Bring a friend, grab a beer, and enjoy. Not a beer drinker? Join us anyway. The company will be worth it!

Theology on Tap

Summer Dates and Topics

Various Mondays @ 6:30 PM

(The Barn at Hickory Station – 640 Hickory St. NW)


July 29: What is empathy and do we misplace it?

August 12: What is holiness?

August 26: What does it really mean to say Jesus is Lord?

“What makes beer and religion a good pairing? Beer and religion have a long history–monasteries served as brewing centers, Martin Luther could brew up a good pint, and so on. A good beer is flavorful and complex, and leaves a lasting impression. It’s the same with a good spiritual practice.” –Bryan Bergoef