Here in the Colorado mountains we are surrounded by “14ers,” mountain peaks reaching 14,000 or more feet into the sky. Those who have ascended these heights have witnessed a view, and gained a perspective of the world and everything in it, that cannot be achieved from a lower altitude. From this mountaintop, or balcony, perspective, a person is able to see things with a depth of vision that cannot be seen from the valley, where our vision is limited to line-of-sight, or what is directly in front of and around us. What is it that we see when we look at Jesus, and our faith, from a “mountaintop,” or “balcony,” perspective?” And how are we forever changed by this experience?
Theology on Tap
“What are the questions of meaning, the deep spiritual questions, that challenge you in your faith journey? Where is a safe place to put your questions and concerns on the table to enter into dialogue about them with others?” Pastor Chuck Traylor invites you to join him for “Theology On Tap” in an open conversation about your faith questions on Tuesdays from 7:00 – 8:30 pm at Keys on the Green, 29614 Upper Bear Creek Road.
Childcare will be available at Church of the Hills, 28628 Buffalo Park Road, 303-674-6641 (across from the Evergreen Public Library) from 6:45 pm until 9:00 pm. You must let the church office know that you have need of childcare no later than the Sunday before the “Theology on Tap” gathering. There is no charge to participate in “Theology on Tap.” You will be invited to make a love offering to help cover the cost of libations and childcare, but there is no obligation to contribute.
“Theology on Tap” will continue weekly through March 15. The conversations will then resume in the fall when the days get short again.
Infants to Age 5
School (ages 5 & up)
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.