Faith on Tap 2019
Our Faith Tap program brings together parents, faculty and alumni for a conversation about a contemporary faith issue and for a drink or two. It is an opportunity to meet new people and build community, as well as to share our heritage and broaden our understanding of contemporary faith issues. The format of a typical evening includes a brief presentation from a panel of speakers and time for questions and discussion, after which everyone is free to stay for more beer, wine, food and conversation.

 

FINDING GOD IN “OWL” THINGS
How I have found God in Nature: A Bird’s Eye View

Martin Carney, Phd, a 24-year member the Prep’s Religious Studies and Campus Ministry Departments, will speak about his love of birding and how he has found God through this hobby, which has become a passion. He will invite participants to reflect on what our hobbies and avocations have to teach us about where God can be encountered.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019 7-9:30 pm 
J.C Fogarty's, 60 Kraft Ave., Bronxville

$20 per person includes a light buffet, beer and wine.

Please register here by January 12th.

Sponsored by the Fathers' Club and 
the Office of Mission and Identity


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