- Holy Trinity Anglican Church (map)
- 13990 Gleneagle Dr
- Colorado Springs, CO 80921
A rare evening with Joy Clarkson and the music of Two Benedictions!
Does cultivating a love of beauty really matter in our urgent, broken world? This is the question Joy and Joel will explore in this creative, soul filling event. In the style of her podcast, Speaking with Joy, Joy and Joel will explore this question through short talks about cultivating a deep soul, the difference between wisdom and knowledge, and living a life of resilient hope. These inspirational segments will be interwoven with musical interludes, with Joel Clarkson's beautiful compositions, dramatic readings, and a mini concert with the Two Benedictions (Joy and Joel's band). This evening is guaranteed to lift your spirits and inspire your heart.
Please note: while all ages are welcome, no childcare will be provided.
Catch up on recent episodes of Speaking with Joy:
How is possible that we both belong in the world and feel homesick in it?
Can fairy tales help us understand the world better than modern philosophy?
In the third chapter of Orthodoxy, Chesterton swings back to the defense of reason against the unraveling of the modern mind.
Chesterton explores the relationship of sin, madness, and rationalism in Chapter 2 of Orthodoxy.
This summer, Speaking with Joy will be working our way through Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton. This is our very first week, so you found us just in time! We’re looking at “Introduction: In Defence of Everything Else.”
After a short (and unexpected!) break, Speaking with Joy is back. Listen to this podcast to hear about Joy’s summer book club, live Speaking with Joy events near you, and more. Be sure to spend this summer with Joy!
The modern world is both overstimulating and excessively boring. In this episode, featuring Boredom expert Dr. Rebekah Lamb, we explore the social, literary, and spiritual dimensions of boredom. I promise you will not find this episode a bore.
Is the modern world disenchanted? My hunch is that the cosmos is not any less wondrous, mysterious, or enchanted than it was in the twelfth century. The world is not disenchanted, we've only grown blind to its wonder.
What if there is a golden string running through each Narnia story, so that they hang together like pearls on a necklace… or like planets in the night sky?
Blood is the stuff of life. In our antiseptic world, it can be hard to hear and understand the words of Jesus: This is my blood of the new covenant, poured out for you and for many for the forgiveness of sins (Matthew 26:28). In this Holy Week episode, we explore the theme of Christ's blood.