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Join Young Adults from the East Side of Cincinnati to share in food, faith, and fellowship at Anderson Pub & Grill on Tuesdays from September 11, 2018 – October 2, 2018. Event begins at 6:30 p.m.

Here’s the 2018 Fall Lineup:

Tuesday, September 25th: Luke Carey, Some principals to understand media

Tuesday October 2nd: Mother Seraphina, “Keep your eyes on the prize.”

Invite anyone in their 20’s & 30’s – Friends, Family, Single, and Married are all invited to food, faith, and some fellowship as young adults on the East side of Cincinnati!

Check back for more information on speakers.

Anderson Pub & Grill is located at 8060 Beechmont Avenue, Cincinnati Ohio, 45255 or for a map, click here


You are invited to the 2018 Clifton Theology on Tap at Mecklenburg Gardens in the upstairs room. This year’s series will focus on the scriptures. Each week a different speaker will offer their personal experience and perspective, which we will then discuss while enjoying the delicious food and drinks of Mecklenburg Gardens!

Wednesday, Oct 3rd – Celebrating the Scriptures – Dr. Mary Catherine Levri, DMA, Anthenaeum of Ohio Music Director

Wednesday, Oct 10th – Praying the Scriptures – Sr. Cathy Bauer, OSB, St Walburg Monastery Vocation Director

Wednesday, Oct 17th – Understanding the Scriptures – Fr Al Hirt, OFM, Pastor of St Monica-St George

Wednesday, Oct 24th – Living the Scriptures – God Space Community Core Team

For a map to Meckelnburg Gardens click here


Oregon Express in Dayton is the place to be on Thursday evenings this fall for Theology on Tap. Their lineup is

Thursday, September 27th: Allan Cruz: Family is the First and Primary Ministry

Thursday, October 4th: TBD

Thursday, October 11th: Fr. Tim Fahey

Thursday, October 18th: TBD

Thursday, October 25th: Spencer Hargadon, Temptations of a heady Christian

Oregon Express is in the famous Oregon District in Dayton. For a map click here

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