Think of the last time you savored a well-crafted bottle of wine over a meal with friends… Time slowed town and conversations seemed more engaging, just as God intended.
“Very few drinks in the world have the capacity to mirror the beauty hidden in creation as does one small glass of wine,” observes author Gisela Kreglinger. “Wine is supposed to make us joyful. It’s God’s gift for our happiness.”
Wine is meant to be enjoyed, but what if it’s intended for even more—to deepen our spiritual lives and understanding of Scripture?
Denver Institute for Faith & Work invites you to The Spirituality of Wine, an evening exploring a theology of joy and feasting that celebrates our senses as gifts for tasting God’s goodness.
Dr. Gisela Kreglinger, theologian, wine expert and author of Spirituality of Wine, will join us to examine wine’s role in the Bible, it’s significance in church history, and the central role it plays in the Lord’s Supper. The evening will begin with a presentation from Dr. Kreglinger, followed by a guided wine tasting in which she will introduce us to wine tasting as a spiritual practice.
Come prepared to enjoy a full-bodied evening!
Seating is limited!