Theology on Tap

Theology on Tap gathers on the first Wednesday of each month for good food and good conversation at Dressel’s tavern in the Central West end. Some of us are members of local Episcopal churches, but not all of us. We seek to create a “low pressure” environment to invite your non-churchy friends for conversations about faith, ethics, politics, and life today.

Our rector is the lead organizer of Theology on Tap. You can read more about Theology on Tap on the Theology on Tap page:

Theology on Tap meets upstairs at Dressel’s Pub at 6:30pm on the First Wednesday of each month. Join us and bring a friend!

Theology on Tap seeks to create a “low pressure” environment for conversations about faith, ethics, politics, and life today. Join us and bring friends.

Theology on Tap will meet next on Wednesday September 5 for the topic “Faith and Organizing for Change.”

Should faith and politics ever mix? Does it matter that we marched in pink hats? How can we build real social change? This month at Theology on Tap, we will learn about how interfaith groups around the country work together for social change. Faith groups have been responsible for working to curb violence, end homelessness, and even toward marriage equality. We will talk about the kind of organizing it takes for the faith community to have a voice in shaping policy in a region, and we’ll ask how we might start to shift politics in the St. Louis region.

You can watch a video of a theology on tap with speaker Noah Bullock, Director of Cristosal on the Topic “Justice Across Borders:

Theology on Tap El Salvador from Holy Communion on Vimeo.