Come and quench your thirst with a hearty and inclusive side of theological ponderings! Join Market Square friends and share a beverage alongside some deep but totally non-intimidating reflection on what it means to be a human being here in the world God loves.
Finding beauty in the diversity of faith traditions and stories of other human beings? Trauma and the reality of resurrection? What will the Spiritual Sippers ponder next? Come and see!
"What language shall I borrow to thank thee, dearest friend?" the medieval hymnist asks of Jesus. It's an old one, but the Church continues to struggle with the question of the words and names we use in prayer, liturgy and discourse. It's a good question! So, come hash it out over a nice Fall brew.
We'll meet on Wednesday, November 13, at 6:30 p.m. See you then at Hops, Vines & Spirits, 17 N. 2nd Street, diagonally across the street from our church! Street parking in the immediate area is unenforced after 5:00 p.m., but you can just as well use Market Square garage and grab an exit ticket from Meg.
If you have any questions about Spiritual Sips, contact Reverend Meg Shoeman.