The pinnacle of our 2016-17 season is our first-ever all-day conference (above), about which we are tremendously excited! We are also working on a conference for fall 2017, to be announced soon.
Between now and then, we have a new addition for the 2016-17 season. Pub Nights are held at Downtown Fine Spirits and Wines, off of Colorado and Wasatch. With this more communal format, we will be able to meet more often, hear from more speakers and musicians, and build community as we deepen relationships and explore truth, beauty, and deep questions together (over food and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks!). Content varies; speakers, musicians, storytellers and poets, discussions, visual art shows, and more. (Who should we feature at an upcoming pub night? Let us know! )
With author and professor Kyle Strobel of Biola University.
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.