It has been suggested by some that our species should not be known as “homo sapiens” but rather as “homo religious” – that even those who identify as atheist have a compulsion toward the religious. Nowhere is that more evident than in film and tv, those seemingly secular shows and movies we love (and love to hate). Together, we’ll look at a few places where the sacred crops up in our secular entertainment and consider the questions that arise.

Great for people seeking to make meaning in a modern world

Worship service, Keynote address, or workshop

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We don’t have to be Zen masters or devout monks to be good at personal spiritual practice. Together, we will try out a variety of spiritual practices that we can use to achieve a sense of wholeness and satisfaction, deepen our faith, and make meaning in these uncertain times.

Great for anyone seeking to explore or deepen spiritual practice

Five-contact hours for a workshop or retreat

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What happens when familiar stories of the Bible meet familiar Broadway tunes? We’ll look at some new and refreshing interpretations through the workhorses of musical theater.

Great for anyone seeking a new approach to the Bible

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George Bernard Shaw once said, “Without art, the crudeness of reality would make the world unbearable.” Together, we’ll explore what it means to live a life filled with art and tap into art’s power to lead us to truth, possibility, and compassion.

Great for introducing process theology and creativity

Worship service or Keynote address

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