What to Expect at God on Tap
God on Tap is all about bringing people together to talk about matters of faith, spirituality, and meaning. No presentations. No experts. Just people kicking around a topic, sharing what matters to them. People arrive at Forest and Main around 7:30pm (some come early for dinner), grab a beer at the bar and wander upstairs to the room on the left. The conversation usually starts around 7:45pm and we commit to end on time at 9:00pm. The conversations are very open. We introduce the topic and then just throw it out to everyone to discuss. We've talked about doubt, money, our images of God, gratitude, experiences of death and resurrection, being spiritual but not religious, our questions about the Bible, and more. Check out our blog for recent topics. People often to hang out afterward down at the bar. We have found, like Bryan Berghoef, that “It turns out that a pub creates a perfect setting in which to encounter people who are interested in spiritual topics, philosophy, life, and—yes—theology, and they are open to being honest about it.” For more about the God on Tap experience, check out this great article from The Ambler Gazette, "God on Tap goes down smoothly".