A Rabbi and A Minister Walk Into A Bar
Tuesday, March 20, 6:00 pm @ Gibbs Hundred Brewing Company, 117 West Lewis Street, Greensboro
Come together and have a bite to eat, a pint to drink and an amazing conversation with Rabbi Joshua Ben-Gideon and Reverend Michael Usey.
They will share perspectives on the Afterlife, Death Practices and Funeral Practices; Doctrines and Personal Beliefs about Life in our World and whether there is something when the vessel that is our body no longer functions.
at Gibbs Hundred Brewing Company, 117 West Lewis Street, Greensboro, North Carolina 27406. https://gibbshundred.com/
There is plenty of parking at the end of the street, rates are $2 before 6pm and $3 after 6. There is a stand in the middle of the parking lot to pay or you can download their parking app to pay from your phone http://us.parkmobile.com/. The parking lot zone number is 35123 and select the credit card option, this lot does not accept paypal.
Joshua Ben-Gideon is Senior Rabbi of Beth David Synagogue. From being unaffiliated as a child, active in a Jewish youth group in high school, to becoming a rabbinical student, he has had a unique journey to the rabbinate. He began is rabbinic training with the Reform movement, he completed his ordination at Jewish Theological Seminary. His wife and study partner, Rebecca, is also a rabbi. They have three children, twins Lena and Vered and son Noam. When not at shul or with his family, you can often find him on the country roads around Greensboro on his bicycle.
Michael Usey is Senior Pastor of College Park Baptist Church. Born in Boston and raised in San Diego, he much prefers the Chargers over the Patriots, the Padres (of course) over the Red Sox. He holds degrees from Baylor University, Southern Seminary in Louisville (before the fall), Emory University, and Baptist Theological in Richmond; none of these degrees were purchased online. He has 3 children that he knows of of: Nathan, Zachariah, and Hannah, all named for holy troublemakers of the Hebrew Bible, and who live up to their names. His wife, Ann, makes him look good and teaches English at the Quaker High School of New Garden Friends. His church loves God most of the time, works diligently at loving people, and tries hard not to embarrass Jesus. The best quality about Michael, his friends say, is that he has really good friends.