Dissolution Ceremony – Mandala Sand Art

Throughout the Festival, please pause and enjoy the creation of a sand painting. Artist and pastor, Katie Jo Suddaby is one of just a few non-monks in the world who makes Tibetan Buddhist sand mandalas. Delicate and impermanent, sand mandalas are one of the world’s oldest forms of art therapy. Tibetan monks and nuns have […]

Morning Break: Sponsored by Faith+Lead

Faith+Lead is Luther Seminary’s connected learning hub for Christian leaders exploring how to connect with God, tell the story, cultivate community, practice justice, and shift ministry models in order to be faithful and effective in the 21st century. How We Work – Get to know the core theological commitments and practices grounding the Faith+Lead team. […]

Workshop: “Summertime Preaching in Year C”

Summertime Preaching in Year C: a workshop in which we’ll actually work on upcoming sermons, with the hope that everyone leaves with at least two summer sermons solidly in mind! Please bring pen and paper, or iPad, or whatever you like to use to write and draw!

Beer and Hymns

Join us for a night of food, fellowship and fun as we gather together to sing our favorite hymns with The Fleshpots of Egypt! This blue-grass quartet has been a festival favorite for years. Tonight’s Beer and Hymn-sing is sponsored by Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Doctor of Ministry Program. Pittsburgh Theological Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry Missional […]

Working Preacher’s – Live Broadcast of Sermon Brainwave

Join the Sermon Brainwave team featuring Rolf Jacobson, Karoline Lewis, Joy J. Moore, and Matt Skinner, for a live recording session on texts for the Day of Pentecost, June 5, 2022. This Working Preacher podcast on the Revised Common Lectionary texts has been running since May 26, 2008. Sermon Brainwave’s blend of scholarship, humor, and […]

Worship: “Healing in the Shadow of the Empire”, Luke 8: 26-39

Liturgy by Kelly Sherman-Conroy Music by Norm Sutphin, Organist Norman is Organist at the historic Trinity United Methodist Church in downtown Denver. A native of New Jersey, he completed degrees in Music Education, Church Music, and Organ Performance.  At Trinity he shares accompanying responsibilities of the Chancel Choir, accompanies the Chancel Chamber Choir, and directs […]

Conversation

Nadia and Lauren haven’t seen each other since before the Covid-19 Pandemic began. In this conversation, they discuss how the last two years have and have not changed their preaching, what questions they’re asking now as they prepare to preach, what spiritual practices are currently accompanying them, and what they believe the church most needs […]

Worship: “Outcry”, Mark 15:33-39

Liturgy by Kelly Sherman-Conroy Music by Norm Sutphin, Organist Norman is Organist at the historic Trinity United Methodist Church in downtown Denver. A native of New Jersey, he completed degrees in Music Education, Church Music, and Organ Performance.  At Trinity he shares accompanying responsibilities of the Chancel Choir, accompanies the Chancel Chamber Choir, and directs […]