LAST Dirty Theology @ Knox United Church, Calgary [17 June]

LAST Dirty Theology

18:30 - 20:00

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Knox United Church
506 4 Street SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 1S7
THIS IS IT! Come out and get a dose of this strange conversation before we are gone until September!
There will also be a PATIO TIME after the event at Robert's home (2 blocks from Knox) on a fifth-floor patio high above the city streets. It's «bring your own bottle» and hang out for the night!
Dirty Theology is an initiative of St. Andrew's Regional Ministry and the YYC Campus Ministry. It is a space for young adults to build connections, get real and dig deep into the nitty-gritty of what our faith means in our daily lives. We will do this by meeting on the 3rd Sunday of every month to explore some of the racier stories of the Bible — the ones that are most challenging, dirty and messy. What do these tell us about the nature of God, and what do they say about how we do relationships with one another, both bad and good? No wrong questions or answers — let’s get dirty, dig in, and explore together.
The awesome Rev. Nick Coates, from Red Deer Lake United Church, will be leading this revamped 18+.
We will be providing light food and hot drinks for the evening.

Where: Knox United Church
When: 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
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