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Theology on Tap is a night of interfaith fun and fellowship. We gather  at a local restaurant to discuss our faith and how it affects our choices and lives. People of all faiths and traditions are welcome to the table.

We usually begin with an introduction and “softball” question which gives us an opportunity to break the ice. Last month’s softball question was, “What do you put on your hot dog?” Then a topic is introduced that carries us into the rest of the evening. Last month’s topic was, “What is the role and importance of the symbols we wear?”

As we eat and drink, we talk frankly about our traditions and beliefs. The traditions that have been represented at past Taps include Presbyterianism, Reform Judaism, Conservative Judaism, Spiritualism, Roman Catholicism, non-Roman Catholicism, Buddhism, Atheism, and a few folks who are currently unaffiliated with any religious tradition.

The next Theology on Tap is 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 15.

Catherine Rooney’s
1616 Delaware Ave
Wilmington, DE  19806