Our August 2017 pub night will feature Colorado musical artist Tim Coons
With author and professor Kyle Strobel of Biola University.
With Warren Cole Smith, hosted by Downtown Discourse in Colorado Springs.
An all-day workshop that is personal, supportive, and focused on helping you find clarity about your calling and how to fulfill it.
Join Christianity Today senior film critic Jeffrey Overstreet for an entertaining discussion of the role of play in forming meaningful lives and communities.
Shared songs are a huge piece of a strong community, and a strong culture of the imagination--come, sing loudly together, and see why.
How the music of the church transforms our spiritual rhythms, with composer Joel Clarkson.
Christian opportunity in a post-Christian era, with Journey Society co-founder Heidi White.
April 1 2017: A Day of Re-Enchantment, with Andrew Peterson, Diana Glyer, Lanier Ivester, and more.
Featuring live Irish music and singing, quiz night, and the story of how a few Irish monks saved literature, culture, and Christianity.
What does it mean, today, to create art that is excellent, authentic, yet uniquely Christian? Writer and speaker Matt Mellema explores the question, with performances by several musical artists.
At December's pub night, we'll get a whole pub singing carols together, with a fun band led by Ben Holsteen to lead us. We might work in some history about the carols...and a few humorous literary surprises.
Candlelit choral Evensong featuring the music of great composers like Thomas Tallis and Charles Villiers Stanford.
Speakers: Yemi Mobolade and Russ Ware, owners of the Wild Goose Meeting House.
The first of our monthly pub nights will feature a takeover by the Arts Guild, as Marcus Robinson and several member artists use story, song, and visual art to explore how to enjoy and appreciate art.
The Anselm Society will launch its 2016-17 season at Jives Coffee Lounge, with a kickoff party and a concert by Pierce Pettis.
May 14: A special Colorado Springs appearance by the artist Billboard has called "one of the most affecting communicators in any genre."
Don't miss your chance to have lunch and grow with Carolyn Arends and a strong community of local creators.
Diana Glyer reveals what the Inklings have to teach us about making each other better.
This writers' workshop with Diana Glyer will help writers learn how to effectively draw on each other to improve their creations.
How do you build a brand? Get out there on social media? Put your art in a position to touch many, many, more lives? Come hear our panel of experts and find out!
Drawing from hero tales like Star Wars and Harry Potter, and myths and legends from across time and place, this four-part class for adults and teenagers is a great way to kick off the winter!
A Christmastide concert of carols and original music.
Singer, songwriter, and storyteller Matthew Clark is back to touch our hearts again!
A smaller-scale chat with Rod Dreher about the role of Christian community in the 21st century.
Rod Dreher distills Dante's wisdom for those who are lost in the dark wood of depression, struggling with failure (or success), wrestling with a crisis of faith, alienated from their families or communities, or otherwise enduring the sense of exile that is the human condition.
Come on out with other Shakespeare and Cumberbatch lovers for a rare treat!
We were made to encounter God in certain places, but much of modern Christianity hides those places. Baylor's Junius Johnson reveals how beauty can renew our vision of the Creator.
Join us for a discussion of themes in the Marvel cinematic universe, theology, and more.