The Dallas Emergent Cohort seeks to gather people from the Dallas area for conversation, fellowship, encouragement and community as we engage in emerging issues. Regardless of your level of familiarity with the conversation, we invite you to come and join us!

6.01.2009

June Cohort - Tuesday, June 9th.

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, June 9th.
We will be back at TinStar Restaurant at Preston center in Dallas, would love to have you.
We will see you there at 7PM

At our most recent meeting, we meet a new friend who wanted us to discuss some of the differences between Calvinism and "emerging" theology. We hope to see you tonight for discussion well represented of many perspectives.

2 Comments:

Blogger mamaratliff said...

Hi guys. I'd really like some additional information about the meetings. Maybe you could add this to the blog site.

I'm a little shy and new situations with new friends make me insecure. I'm going out on a limb here because I know there are probably others like me who'd like to attend. Please don't take offense.

What can we expect at the meeting?
How do we find you once we get to Tin Star?
Would bringing a child or children be disruptive?
If so, do you have events where those of us lacking child care can bring them along?
Do we need to bring money for food and drink?
How long does an average get-together last?
Anything else I should know?

Thanks and Shalom!
Jenny

6/10/2009 11:39 AM

 
Blogger mikeyames said...

What can we expect at the meeting? We usually talk for a couple of hours about an intended topic, but we let the conversation go where it wants.
How do we find you once we get to Tin Star? Well, we usually find a table wherever one is open for a group of 5-12. Look for the group that isn't a family or a dating couple, the restaurant has an open layout and isn't that large.
Would bringing a child or children be disruptive?
If so, do you have events where those of us lacking child care can bring them along? It's often a loud restaurant, so your kids won't be disruptive. If they can handle a group of friends talking for a couple of hours in a public restaurant, they can handle this.
Do we need to bring money for food and drink? We try to patronize the restaurant in some way. Some get a meal, some just drinks, some nothing at all.
How long does an average get-together last?
Anything else I should know? Not really, it is pretty informal. Will be glad to meet you!

7/12/2009 8:42 PM

 

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