People have been gathering in pubs and public spaces for ages, talking about life, faith, and deep questions of meaning. More and more, people all over are rediscovering the pub as a safe, open space where they can explore and express their own faith and questions, learn from others, and engage people of varying religious traditions. In our increasingly fractured society, these spaces are not only welcome, but needed.
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We meet on Monday evenings (except major holidays) at the Kickin' Chicken on Folly Road, James Island 29412, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
The format is simple: good food & drinks, and holy conversations about things that matter. Come bring your questions, your curiosity, and pull up a chair.
Be ready to engage with people of varying religious traditions, philosophical perspectives and life experiences. Our conversations never cease to provide ample opportunites for celebrating the wonderful diversity God has granted us.
You'll be able to share your own heart and mind while learning something new from others along the way, at least a new way of viewing things, and hey--there's likely to be a good beer you haven't tried yet! And, remember that tea and coffee are good brewed beverages, too.
For a heads up on the Trending Topic for the evening, and the time and place of our next gathering, please visit www.pubtheologycharleston.net. And you can join us on Facebook for the latest updates and conversations between meetings.