God, Beer and Big Questions for 35’s and under at Service 731

Now here is an example of church collaboration to satisfy your thirst for new ways to do church!

The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Pleasant Hill, Our Savior Lutheran Church and the Diocese of California announced they will launch an alternative, monthly evening service at Pyramid Alehouse in Walnut Creek.  The service will be called 731 because it will begin promptly at 7:31 pm each time.

December 18th and January 29th @ 7:31pm, Pyramid Alehouse Downtown Walnut Creek

The new service uses provocative questions, popular music guest speakers, video and beer & food to help people 35 and younger combine the Christian tradition with their own individual experiences of God and the world.  Designed not to be the “churchy stuff you grew up with” this alternative service seeks to be relevant in the lives of this age group and build community in new ways.

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