Food is God’s love made tasty.
— Mark Smith

If you'd just like to share good food and drink, connect with some other families at The Table, click on the button at the bottom of this page and we'll let you know the next time we throw a party. We're always having a BBQ, kids movie night, etc. and would love to have you!

Beard & Bottle

"Beard & Bottle" is an informal way for beer-loving gentlemen to periodically get together for good brew and good conversation at someone's home or a local craft brewery. This is not a "church event" by any definition, but a no-agenda social event that we encourage and support. If you or someone you know would like to be notified of upcoming iterations, email Brad Edwards to be included on the newsletter!

Questioning Christianity

The greater Boulder region is a beautifully spiritual place. Whereas many places across the country avoid or fight over the topic of religion, we pursue it with unique passion. Christianity, however, is often an exception to this because many of us have experienced Christians and/or churches that seem to look down on people expressing doubts and struggles (to put it mildly). It grieves us that a faith founded on grace and unconditional love could have such a track record. Where can someone find a safe place to ask any question, express any objection and otherwise figure out what you think about God regardless of what you conclude?

Introducing Questioning Christianity - a group of skeptics, doubters, and people with questions big and small to take a fresh look at the biblical Jesus. It's a place where you can be honest about what you think, get honest and robust answers about the Christian faith, and make up your own mind about historic Christianity by looking directly at the sources (rather than settling for second hand opinions).

The Table is all about working out our spirituality in community. You don't have to believe in order to belong - in fact, we see doubt and skepticism as strengths! We'll all have a beer, share a meal, and wrestle with our spirituality/faith as friends rather than adversaries. We get together on a weekly basis to build meaningful relationships and figure out what we think about the Jesus of Scripture (not the Jesus of popular opinion). You won't be asked to sing, pray, or do anything that would make you feel uncomfortable. You can come as you are, and say as little or as much as you like. No one's going to nag you, try to convert you, or ask you for money.

Our goal is simply to create a place where you can figure out for yourself what YOU believe (and why!). We desire to be a resource, to honestly and openly answer any question you want to ask, even if it leads you to reject the very Jesus we embrace. And we are convinced that the best place to develop thoughtful opinions about Christ and Christianity is in a community of friends.