Join us at 7:00 on Saturday, June 15 to explore the first section of Putting Art (Back) In Its Place by John Skillen: The Architecture of Place.
The Anselm Society is launching a monthly book club! Come join us at 7:00 on Saturday, June 1 to explore the introduction of Putting Art (Back) In Its Place by John Skillen.
Our annual tradition...a high-energy evening of Irish tales, poems, songs, and of course food, beer, and whisky!
Defy winter’s darkness with us—we can promise warmth, cheer, and remarkable music.
The annual holiday gathering of the Anselm community, featuring loud singing of Christmas carols, original Advent and Christmas works by local artists, and ridiculous Christmas food and drink.
Taste several of history's most famous and unique libations, and enjoy selections from some of the wittiest drinkers (we mean thinkers!) to ever put pen to page.
Andrew Lazo will headline a magical evening at Glen Eyrie castle on one of C.S. Lewis’s most profound works of fiction.
An evening of tunes and tales with Canadian singer/songwriter (and frequent Malcolm Guite collaborator) Steve Bell.
An inspirational time for everyone, including (but not limited to!) parents and children.
Enjoy food, drink, and poetry, and participate in recreating a scene from a play by the Bard himself.
An evening house concert with one of our favorite singer songwriter storytellers.
On a beautiful back porch in Black Forest, we will enjoy great food and drink and lively folk and classical music.
Straight from Nashville…come delight in stunning harmonies and poignant lyrics in an intimate concert event.
A family-friendly evening in a local home. Meet member artists, and view and learn about their work accompanied by wine, snacks, and live music.
Sip local tea or coffee and shoot the breeze with director Brian Brown. An informal chance to share feedback or ideas, get an update from behind the scenes, or just argue about theology.
The Anselm Society's annual conference in the Rocky Mountains.
Fezziwig had nothing on this. Wassail, amazing food, crazy singing, Christmas tales, and more.
A day of refreshment and reflection, meditating on God's imagination.
Songwriters and musicians are invited to join Rabbit Room recording artist Matthew Clark for an intimate time of feedback, encouragement, and music.
Singer. Songwriter. Storyteller. Live at Holy Trinity Anglican Church.
When was the last time you saw a Storyteller in action? How about October 20?
A meeting with director Brian Brown; a time for vision sharing, questions, and answers.
A special thank-you to our patrons and artists, featuring special guest Michael Ward.
Three speakers. Three journeys into the minds of master artists. One truth about God illuminated through creation.