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Montreat Coffee $ Student Moice
Creatures Cafe Officially Open
Creatures Cafe is now open.
The Cafe was a vision that Montreat student
JoeJDohmann and his wife Deb had in their hearts
serving young adults through the Alpha
course in Germany. They moved their family to the
began working towards making
that vision a reality.
And now it is. On Friday, Feb. 4th, the Cafe of
ficially opened to the public. Montreat students and
Asheville locals flooded the place that night, and
many students have continued to frequent it. So
far, it seems to be a booming success. The cafe is geared for 18 to 25-year-olds, but it is
also open to younger people and farnilies until 9 p.m.
The logo you see above has real significance for the Creatures Cafe. It is based on a
picture that Joe took in Switzerland. According to the website: “The sheep looks to-
yiy unaw^e of the dangers around him. So many of us are like this sheep - lost and
in a precarious situation, but totally unaware. The Shepherd longs for all of His sheep
to come back to pasture and find peace and rest. As fellow sheep, we invite you to join
Creatures Cafe camouflages itself as a typical nightclub, but beneath the surface,
core Christian values and positive vibes are what drive the content and atmosphere of
the club.“By virtue we follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, and like Jesus, we come
with a message of love for our community,” says the website. “We want to explore life
in a safe, fun, respectful and loving environment.”
Creatures Cafe^is a non-profit ministry with the goal of providing a safe, alcohol-
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a mean ri^ on the dance floor. And speaking of cutting a rug. Creatures Cafe will be
regularly featuring local musicians on weekends. For a taste of what’s coming up soon,
check out the calendar to the right. All of these performances are free to attend, but
donations are strongly encouraged.
Other ininistries connected with the cafe include the previously mentioned Alpha
Course and a new program cmled Tough Topic Tuesday, or T3. The Alpha Course is a
seven-week introduction to the Christian faith geared towards non-christians, new be
lievers, and anyone who has questions about life, faith, or God. The T3 program will
bring in speakers to spark good conversations about controversial topics ana tough
issuj that plague students and young adults. c c ■ , c ^ y
The opening or Crptures Care is exciting news for friends of the Dohmanns, as
well as for anyone looking for a safe, clean place to unwind and have fun.
The hours o^^peration for the cafe are 4pm-1130pm on Tuesday and Wednesday
and 4pm-lam Thursday through Saturday. It will be closed on Sunday and Monday.
To learn more about Creatures Cafe or the Alpha Course, visit creaturescafe.com or
contact Joe Dohmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Before the mountains were horn or you brought
forth the wole world, from everlasting to
everlasting you are God.” .
I Upcoming |
I Concerts at |
I Creatures Cafe: |
I - Feb 18th - I
I Hope Griffin |
I - Feb 19th - |
I Tyler Herring f
j - Feb 25th - I
I Soul Music M and I
I Zachary Scuggs |
I - Feb 26th - |
I Tyler Melashenko |
I - March 19th - |
I Wayne Graham I