The next installment of Newark’s Theology on Tap series will be held from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Feb. 1 at Parker’s Grille and Tap House, 206 S. Main St., Newark.
Sister Kathleen Wayne, vocations director for the Sisters of Mercy of Rochester, will lead the discussion, which is titled “Is It a Sin to Be Middle Class?” A number of Biblical passages urge readers to give up their possessions, and Sister Wayne will lead the dialogue about whether people need to sell everything they own in order to be good Christians.
The Newark Theology on Tap series is cosponsored by St. Michael’s Parish in Newark and the Diocese of Rochester and is open to young adults in their 20s and 30s.
For more information, contact Shannon Loughlin, diocesan director of young-adult and campus ministry, at 585/328-3210, ext. 1218, or Mary Dundas, coordinator of young-adult ministry for St. Michael’s, at 315/331-3408. More information also may be found at www.stmichaelsnewark.org/young_adults.htm.