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Theology on Tap discussions for young adults

By Mary Donna Pond
Posted Sunday, March 21, 2010

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Chapel Hill, NC - Young adults in their 20s or 30s are meeting in a casual setting twice a month to talk about what matters. Theology on Tap, offered by Chapel in the Pines Presbyterian Church, meets the first and third Thursdays of every month at 5:30 p.m. at the Town Hall Grill in Southern Village.

Led by Scott Adams, the group meets twice a month to discuss current events and theological questions of relevance to post-undergraduates seeking answers as they navigate many life changes that occur after college. Adams, known to many in the area as an ultramarathoner who ran across North Carolina in the summer of 2008 to increase support and awareness of cancer, holds a Masters in Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA, and also earned his Masters in Library Science from UNC where he now works.

The group tries to dig deep and be honest about a variety of faith-related questions and discussion topics. Young adults of various perspectives, backgrounds, denominations and faiths attend and encouraged to offer their unique perspectives.

"It's really laid back," said Emily Davis, group coordinator. "Bring what you will to the discussion." Recent topics include being a missionary in war ridden countries, politics and most recently the relationship between Christianity and other faiths. Suggestions for future topics are welcome.

Interested? For more information, contact Emily Davis .

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