Sabbath Society Circle

A new session is about to begin…

Come join us!

Tuesdays, starting January 28, 2020

10:30 a.m. – 11:30-ish

The Pfeiffer Room

If you’re seeking rest, peace, joy and community, come join fellow Sabbath seekers as we study Shelly Miller’s book Rhythms of Rest. We’ll be using her book as the jumping off place to share our own wins and woes on our journeys to finding rest and celebrating Sabbath. The book will be available for purchase in the church office (see Julie) at a cost of $10, but join us with or without the book as your schedule allows.  All adults are welcome!

If this day and time doesn’t work for your schedule but you really want to join a Sabbath discussion community, please send Tami Van Ras an e-mail at, or catch her after church and perhaps we can create another group that will fit your time frame.
Theology on Tap Various Mondays @ 6:15 PM, Led by
Pastor Brandon Lewis

The Barn at Hickory Station – 640 Hickory St. NW


Drink. Conversation. Community. God.

For centuries men and women have gathered together to try to understand and experience God. They have added to the mix their own faith, practices and beliefs, their own unusual ingredients. At times agreeing, other times not, they mingled their own theology with the theology of others as they attempted to know God.

This is what we do at Theology On Tap. Sharing. Learning. Listening. Agreement is not required, but respectful dialogue is the only way this works. All are welcome.

Winter Dates and Topics

January 20:  What does it mean that ‘God so loves the world’?

January 27:  What is sin?

February 17:  What is joy?

March 2:  Is busyness a disease?

March 16:  Can there be a churchless Christianity?

March 30:  Why do people believe in hell?

April 6:  Did Jesus have to die?

April 20:  What’s the deal with resurrection?

“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