Theology on Tap


On March 24 at 4:30pm
, we continue a new set of conversations with interfaith leaders.

Click here to read more about our new format.

On March 24 at 4:30​pm, we conclude (for now) a set of conversations with interfaith leaders. We’ll be joined by Karma Lekshe Tsomo. Dr. Tsomo is a Buddhist Nun, a professor of religious studies, and a leader in Buddhist feminism. She integrates scholarship and social activism through her work for education and women’s rights in Buddhism. Get a “Table Group” together to discuss after the live conversation!

We invite you to join us live and to ask questions:

We will stream the conversation live on the Theology on Tap Facebook Page, the Holy Communion Facebook Page, and the Holy Communion Youtube Channel. We would love for you to ask questions and share comments in any of the channels. Please click here, to allow our streaming provider “Streamyard” to send us your name when you ask a question of Facebook. (Youtube doesn’t require this step).

Consider creating your own “table” to talk with friends after the presentation.

You could use ZoomGoogle Meet, Facebook Rooms, or your own favorite video chat. Invite a group of friends to watch with you (live, or later on), and sign in to talk.

Outside the Pandemic:

Theology on Tap seeks to create a “low pressure” environment for conversations about faith, ethics, politics, and life today. We encourage anyone to attend, whether Episcopalian or not.

Theology on tap in normal times meets the first Wednesday of most months at Schlafly Bottleworks. Join us and bring a friend!

At Theology on tap 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 TOT at: www.pubtheologystl.org

Past Theology on Tap Sessions:

For an archive of past events, take a look at the Theology on Tap site.