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      May 4, 2019

      Saturday  10:30 AM

      1601 South Clarkson Street
      Denver, Colorado 80210

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      What happens when faith leaders from the world’s 6 prominent religions come together for a day? Brew Theology presents, “ALEtruist!” ALEtruist is an Interfaith Community event with a Cause over Craft beer! WHEN? Saturday, May 4  10:30AM - 3:30pm WHERE?  Platt Park Church basement (entrance through the gated - playground area, enter the side doors, and walk downstairs...) COMMUNITY? A 5 hour event with Jewish, Sikh, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist & Christian faith leaders cranking out altruistic content! Interactive Q & A panels with the speakers and participants engaging with the content.  Brewing up heathy conversations with new friends across the faith-religious spectrum while sipping on local craft beer. I mean... What could be better?   CAUSE? Proceeds from this event will go to Brew Theology, Urban Peak, The Table, & The Interfaith Alliance of CO.  CRAFT? Seedstock Brewery  COST? $40 which includes local craft beer. If you would like to purchase lunch, this will cost an additional $10 (unless you Brown Bag your own meal!), $50 total. If you'd like to make a suggested donation above and beyond, there's an option for that as well. Need a scholarship? Email ///  FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? 21 and up Who is speaking?  Rev. Amanda Henderson (Christian), Dilpreet Jammu (Sikh),  Rev. Diana Thompson (Buddhist), Prof. Ved Nanda (Hindu), Rabbi Brian Field (Jewish) & Ismail Akbulut (Muslim). Representatives from Brew Theology, Urban Peak, The Table and the Interfaith Alliance of CO will be present as well. What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? There is street parking. If you are drinking alcohol, we do recommend Uber or Lyft services, bus transportation or the light rail. (approx. 5-10 minute walk from the church) What's for lunch? Grilled goodness! Craig Broek, Co-Director of The Table, and some volunteers will be cooking up some burgers, brats and veggie options along with a side dish.  Do I have to be "religious" to attend? No! In fact, many - if not most - of the people that attend weekly Brew Theology gatherings would consider themselves "SBNR" (spiritual, but not religious), and a large percentage would label themselves, "agnostic" or "atheist." We welcome and affirm all peope from all walks of life. We just ask one thing that is directed toward all people regardless of their religious affiliation: Don't be a jerk! What can I bring into the event? An open mind and an ability to be engage in respectful, interfaith dialogue. If you do not purchase lunch, brown bag it.  Is there an "after party" gathering? We'll find a place nearby in Platt Park where people can continue the conversation(s) and share a meal together... TBD. Stay tuned and stay thirsty.  Is there a refund policy if I can't make it? Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before the event start date. Can I learn more about Brew Theology? Yes! How can I contact the organizer with any questions? e:

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