As part of its mission to meet in places where it can “serve and be with its community,” the congregation of Good Samaritan Episcopal Church invites the community to attend a Pub Theology discussion and fellowship on April 11 from 6-8 p.m. at Sal’s Famous Pizzeria, 1028 E. Main Street, Brownsburg.
Andrea Spiegelberg, new head of the Boone County Chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, will speak during the Pub Theology event. Good Samaritan Episcopal Church hosts Pub Theology events throughout the year and around the
community with speakers from various organizations, religions, non-profit groups and more. The events offer the opportunity for group discussion and an analysis of the intersection of faith and
various subjects, such as activism and problem of gun violence, as is the case for the April 11 Pub Theology.
“The issue of gun violence and mass shootings is something that impacts so many of us and of those in our community,” offers Good Samaritan pastor The Rev. Dr. Gray Lesesne. “We are looking
forward to hearing from Andrea and learning about Moms Demand Action and how we can grow in our faith by getting involved with causes that we care deeply about, through community activism.”
All Pub Theology events are open to the public and to families and children, as well.