Evening Prayer and Pint at UNC
Every Thursday night, we meet in Chapel Hill to participate in a safe space of deep prayer and rich fellowship. Standing in line with centuries of monastic tradition, liturgy guides our conversations with God, and craft beer accompanies our conversations with one another.
We meet at 7pm in the home of a Chapel Hill parishioner for a time of liturgical and communal prayer. The Rite for Evening Prayer found in the BCP guides our service, which allows for contemplation, reflection, and response. During the service, we share in life together by praying for one another's specific requests.
After the prayer service, we walk to a local, Chapel Hill pub for craft beer and assorted appetizers. There is no agenda for the discussion, just fun and fellowship. While most of us enjoy a beer or two, some do not, so please feel welcome to come whether or not you choose to drink.
This event is open and safe. Come seeking, come knowing, come confused. Come and pray with us. Email Deacon Ryan Grove (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to join us or if you have any questions.