What would Jesus brew? Churches serve beer to worshipers

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A GROWING number of churches across America have taken to serving beers and ales as a means of attracting younger members.

And other congregations ditch the sacred space completely and just flock to the local pub.

In Fort Worth, Texas, worship leaders hold communion at the bar and even sing hymns and songs of praise.

In New York Theology-on-Tap NYC , which came to the city in 2000, takes questions of eternal life and false prophets and puts them in the most unorthodox of settings — an Irish pub.

The group says on its website that it is “in perfect alignment with the Pope,” explaining that the Holy Father commands that the Gospel of Christ should be taken to where the people are.

The event is held at Connolly’s Bar on W. 45th St. in Manhattan every Sunday.

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