Sunday, November 26, 2006
Brewery is Home to a Church
You probably know someone who claims to have had a religious experience in a bar. If they happen to live in Wisconsin they just might be telling you the truth.
Adullam Vineyard Church in Green Bay, Wisc., is a start up church with a bit of twist. Services are held in a meeting room at a brewpub. Bill and Teresa Sergott left the Catholic Church and became licensed pastors with Vineyard Community Churches. They came to Green Bay in 2002 and began forming the church. In April, Adullam started meeting in a room at Titletown Brewery. About 40 people attend the weekly services.
Titletown Brewing Co. opened on December 3, 1996, in a disused train depot that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1899, the station was the arrival point in Green Bay for Presidents Taft, Franklin Roosevelt and Eisenhower.