Theology on Tap
Tap into Something More!
Theology on Tap is a discussion series for Catholic young adults and their friends, married and single, in their late teens (18-19), 20s & 30s.
For more info: (856) 583-2908, email@example.com, or join “Theology on Tap – South Jersey” on Facebook or follow “Theology on Tap SJ” on Twitter.
Listen to our first TOT podcast recording before a live audience! Domestic Church Media founder and local Catholic radio pioneer Jim Manfredonia and DCM’s Director of Community Relations & co-host Gabriella Furmato presented “Miracles in the Media: From Fake News to Catholic Media” to a great crowd at our October Theology on Tap meeting in Cherry Hill.
Topic: Personal Training in Prayer
Date: Wed., Nov. 29, 2017
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Location: Rocco’s Town House, Hammonton
Special guests, the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal of Atlantic City, will be exploring the importance of prayer and communicating with God.
It’s a great chance for 20 & 30 somethings to hear dynamic speakers and engage in meaningful conversation in a relaxed and casual atmosphere.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What if I’m Not a Young Adult?
Theology-on-Tap is designed to address the needs, questions and interests of young adults in their 20s and 30s. We ask that the age range be respected.
What is the Cost?
There is no cost to attend. Appetizers are free. Beverages may be purchased at the bar. A free will offering will be taken. A suggested donation is $5.
Do I Have to Register in Advance?
No need to register! Just bring yourself, a friend and an open mind.
What if I Don’t Drink Alcohol?
To some the name Theology-on-Tap suggests that this program promotes the use of alcohol. To others it suggests a relaxed, social environment where young adults gather. Although most sites do offer beer and wine, all sites offer alternatives such as soda and water for those who do not wish to drink. There is no pressure to drink at any of the sites.