Musician’s Advent reflection at Theology on Tap

Musician’s Advent reflection at Theology on Tap

Jeffrey Shields, a local singer/songwriter, will lead an Advent reflection through music and personal stories at the Diocese of Camden’s next Theology on Tap, to be held this Tuesday, Dec. 13 at Tir Na Nog in Cherry Hill.

Sponsored by the diocesan Office of Young Adult Ministry, Theology on Tap provides evenings with speakers and discussion for men and women in their 20s and 30s, married and single.

Shields’ presentation will focus on “The Christmas Mystery: Light in Darkness.”

In addition to his musical talents as a member of Forgotten Truth, he is director of Youth Ministry at Runnemede’s Holy Child Parish.

The event is from 7-9 p.m., and there is no cost to attend. Participants are welcome to purchase food and beverage.

For more info, call 856-583-2908; e-mail Gregory.coogan@camdendiocese.org; join “Theology on Tap- South Jersey” on Facebook; or follow “TheologyonTapSJ” on Twitter.

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