Theology at the Bottleworks
Come have a brew, share your view, and lend an ear to others'. Always free and open to absolutely anyone. Join us the third Wednesday of every month for our discussion.
Join us for this month's discussion
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
6:30 p.m. at Shaw Park (Clayton), South Shelter
*We're gathering outdoors!
Theology at the Bottleworks brings people together and fosters conversations and relationships. We especially love to bring people of all views and perspectives, religious and irreligious, together to discuss the important topics and themes of our times. Our goals are to foster respect, learn from each other, and make our city a better place, one conversation at a time. Join us at Theology at the Bottleworks this month for the topic: By the People, For the People. It’s October of a presidential election year and that means one thing is at the top of everyone’s mind: voting. With a deadly pandemic and widespread social unrest, many believe voting on November 3 is especially important for determining the future of the country. How do you go about determining who to vote for? How do you prioritize various considerations, such as policy, character, party affiliation, and track record? What qualities or stances would your ideal candidate have? What underlying beliefs about individual and societal flourishing do you hold that guide your voting choices? What are your hopes and dreams for the result of this upcoming election?
**Masks for all attendees are absolutely required and seating is limited by local and federal guidelines. Bring your own drinks (no glass) and lawn chair. But we are meeting live and in person! The fireplace will be blazing and public restrooms are available. Plentiful parking is available immediately adjacent to the South Shelter on Shaw Park Drive.
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