On the second and fourth Thursdays of the month a group of St. Barnabas' intrepid young adults, along with our Rector, meet at the Bear's Den in Deep River. Beginning at 7:00 pm we greet one another, order suitable libations (and food) and begin a two hour conversation about just about anything to do with God, the church, faith, and what it means to follow Christ. There are no out of bound ideas, no incorrect points of view, and no silly questions - everything is "on the table."
This is a great opportunity to get together and talk about sensitive and probing faith-ethics issues. And to do so in a safe, non-judgmental, and fun environment. Regardless of your age and faith journey if you have questions about any aspect of faith, "spirituality," or what it means to be a Christian, this is the place to ask!
The added bonus (apart from the libations and food of course) is that once the questions begin new ones follow with more ideas to take us deeper and deeper into the wealth of resources our 2000 year history of following Jesus' teachings has to offer. Should any question be left unanswered or concept not happily addressed on the day it will be broached at the subsequent meeting. There are no assignments, no required readings and no duties to be fulfilled; simply the opportunity to dig deeper together into faith questions and find our way to a more informed understanding of the gift of Christianity in our context.
If you have any concerns or questions feel free to contact François.