Beer Theology is a collective of beer-loving individuals searching for God in unlikely places. Beer & Theology is a search for divinity in music, TV, movies, art, literature and the routine of everyday life. Beer & Theology meets to ask challenging questions and explore what it means for people of faith to be relevant in Champaign-Urbana. We are open to finding providence everywhere while struggling and discovering together. Read our article in The News-Gazette by clicking here.
Each meet-up includes a planned discussion topic. “Beer & Theology meets to ask challenging questions and explore what it means for people of faith to be relevant in Champaign-Urbana. These discussions over beer are open to everyone, regardless of faith, church affiliation or not. No matter who you are, all your views are respected. So come join us for a beer and join in on the discussion!
Baby Boomers & Millennials: Bringing The Generational Gap
Sunday, April 29th at 5:00 pm
Papa Del’s Pizza off of Neil Street
Let’s face it; there is a massive generational difference between those who are Baby Boomers and those who are Millennials (1982 – 2004.) There are also stereotypes we have one about one another which reflect a strain in our American culture. In what ways are we different? In what ways are we the same? What are the aspects we hope we can teach the other about our generation? For our last Beer and Theology for Spring 2018, let’s have a beer and dinner and discuss.
Attendance is free, but dinner and drinks are on participants to purchase. Your reservation is requested. To RSVP, please email Rev. Chris Schilling at firstname.lastname@example.org or RSVP on Facebook by going to https://www.facebook.com/events/1785286205112111/