Monday, June 12th

Hi all,

Are you ready for another round of Pub Theology?

We’ll again be gathering at LTS Brewing Co. from 5:30-7 on Monday June 12th, talking a bit about what the Trinity is about. If you can, please read social psychologist/public theologian/author/Duke Div School professor Christena Cleveland‘s recent On Being blog post, “True Connection Requires Our Bodies and Our Minds”. We’ll let her reflections guide our time together.

See you there.

Monday, June 5th

Pub Theologians,

We are back at it this week at LTS, from 5:30-7.

This week, let’s look back to last weekend, when the Church tells the story of the Ascension of Christ.

If you’re able to do so, check out the Scriptures for last weekend (The Seventh Sunday of the Easter Season):, and then listen to this sermon from Pastor Lura Groen at St. Matthias Episcopal Church in Baltimore, Maryland:

If the weather holds, we may try for seating in the tent again, as it seems we can hear one another a bit better out there.

See you there.

Monday, May 15th

Hey crew, 

We are back at Life’s Too Short brewing co. this week, 5:30-7pm, and are delving further into “Easter living” and its implications for us as people of faith (and doubt). 

First, review the “Doubting Thomas” story from John’s gospel: and then watch this 2014 sermon on YouTube:, and come ready to talk, listen, and reflect. 

H/t to Randi for finding this one. 

See you at the pub. 

Pub theologians! 

We are gathering this week AT MOUNT OLIVE from 6-8 p.m. for a viewing from Father Richard Rohr’s recent retreat with the Center for Action and Contemplation. There is no prep needed. If you want to bring food/drink, please do so. 

Also, see the note from Paul Remtema, below, who is helping to facilitate this week’s gathering.  If you want to see what some of this video may hold for us, check out 

See you at Mount Olive from 6-8 on Monday. 

Hi Everyone, Next Monday 5/8, Pub Theology will be meeting in the Great Room at Mount Olive. We will be viewing portions of the recent live webcast titled “TRINITY: The Soul of Creation” produced by the Center for Action and Contemplation. Since there are more sessions than we can handle at one time, we will choose two of the best. The first from 6 to 7. The second from 7 to 8. If you have time constraints, please feel free to opt out of the second session. Just come and stay for as long as you can. 

Paul Remtema 

Monday, May 1st

Hi all,

We are at it again this week, continuing our Easter pondering of the stories of Persistent Divine Life and Presence in our world. Come to LTS from 5:30-7 to discuss, and if you’re able, please read the following two items ahead of time:

See you at the pub.