At Pub Theology, we know that most people are experiencing that life can be really difficult and the world is filled with a lot of negativity. So, we host "Indy's best party with a purpose"! We hope this allows you to experience faith, hope, and love in your everyday life in an everyday space you love.

Daron Earlewine, better known as the "Pub Pastor", on the Smiley Morning Show and Radio Theology is the leader of Pub Theology. He encourages people to have fun while helping a great cause. When you come to our events, we are one-third a party in a bar, one-third a charity event, and one-third an encounter with God!

You can find a party almost any night around the city of Indianapolis. You won’t find a party like Pub Theology ANYWHERE, except at Pub Theology! Pub Theology is quickly becoming Indy’s best party with a purpose. Where else can you enjoy a night of music, comedy, inspiration, compassion, dialogue, and tons of giveaways? NO WHERE!

Check out our calendar and then come experience Pub Theology for yourself. You never know, it might just change your life!


We know what you're thinking, "Those four words DO NOT go together!" You are right. They usually don't, but they should! We at Pub Theology learn to live our lives by following Jesus. The awesome thing about Jesus is that he came from heaven to earth and hung out in regular places with regular people just like us. We think that Jesus knew that for people to experience his love and begin a friendship with him, it might happen most naturally at a wedding, or a party having a glass of wine, or maybe even having a beer in a bar.

Here is one of our favorite verses from the Scriptures and a great invitation from Jesus.

"Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get away with me and you'll recover your life.

I'll show you how to take a real rest." -Jesus (the Message)

We believe those words. We want to create an environment with you that makes you feel you have a place to come, rest, and enjoy a great night with great people. God is not some “far off being” unconcerned with the human condition, but a compassionate and loving Father who wants to know us.