Date(s) - November 11, 2014
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Beginning in September, The Beer, Conversation, and Spirituality group is rolling out a new schedule, location, and making a slight adjustment to the format. The group is still about sharing perspectives, listening, and learning from one another as we address questions about life, spirituality, purpose, faith, doubt, etc. Our goal is to learn from one another. We believe that every person is spiritual and has something valuable to contribute to our conversations and our own personal lives.
In the past, we have brought questions for the group to choose from as well as always leaving an open space for anyone else to bring a question. The adjustment to the format is that, we are now reversing that order. We would like you to bring a question that you would like to discuss and then together we will pick the questions to focus the evening’s discussion around. Since each meet-up has members from all faiths, we would appreciate it if you would please make your questions applicable to all faiths.
With that being said, we are still about creating positive momentum in the community and the chance for all of us to work together for the common good, rather than seeing one another as opponents who need to be drawn into our own religious circle.
The New Schedule beginning in September will be held at Mediterranean Breeze Greek Italian Restaurant 20693 Ashburn Rd. Ashburn, Va.: We will meet every week as follows (we will not meet the first week as it is Labor Day):
The first week of the month, the group will meet on Monday evening.
The second week of the month, the group will meet on Tuesday evening.
The third week of the month, the group will meet on Wednesday evening.
And the fourth week of the month, the group will meet on Thursday evenings.
We will still post the meeting notices with the specific dates each week.
All are welcome to come as often as you like to the table for drink (alcohol or non-alcohol), food and of course, great conversation to learn from each other how we can begin practicing ways to honor each other for who and where we are.