A story is a way to say something that can’t be said any other way . . . You tell a story because a statement would be inadequate.
Our lecture series brings in local and international speakers to help us restart long-neglected conversations about the place of aesthetics in Church culture, and the Christian in secular culture. We hope to challenge and inspire both artists and lovers of the arts to grow in their appreciation for beauty and for the ways that human creativity reflects Divine artistry.
Throughout the year, we host more intimate community events, such as house concerts, poetry readings, reading groups, and other special events. Stay tuned for event announcements by joining our email list.