FAITH AND THE IMAGINATION
Join us for any or all of the five events over four days to explore the central role of the creative imagination in work, technology, the arts, music, and worship. Cambridge’s distinguished poet Malcolm Guite and award-winning Canadian musician Steve Bell host a set of wide-ranging conversations in diverse settings about the gift of the human imagination for the flourishing of our world.
“A unique blend of song, poetry and everything in between. The creative collaboration of Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite is sure to nourish your soul.”
*click on a video link below to get a glimpse of Steve & Malcolm live in concert.
This series of events in the Greater Seattle area begins on June 4th and runs through to June 7th.
*Click the day & the arrow to find out more details about each session.
Faith and the Imagination: An evening with award-winning Canadian musician Steve Bell and Cambridge’s distinguished poet Malcolm Guite as they explore the central role of the creative imagination in work, technology, the arts and music. This is a free event and is open to the public. *No Registration required.
John Knox Presbyterian Church is happy to have Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite join their service for Sunday morning worship. This service is open to all and will focus on Pentecost, and the Spirit of Imagination as Steve leads in song, and Malcolm presents the morning homily. There will be a "meet & greet" dessert immediately following the service where you can connect and enjoy some refreshments as well. *The service will be live-streamed on their YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnKnoxPresbyterianChurch
Join The Brehm Center and hundreds of Seattle based artists and creatives for an evening of poetry, vocal performances, and conversation about how to stay resilient in your creative process. At a time when the world can feel unstable, it's helpful to remember that your creative work is still vital and important. Steve and Malcolm will also share about how they stay grounded in their identity as creatives by remembering the Creator who made them. This is a free event and is open to the public. Registration required.
If you're someone who is working in, or connected to the Tech Industry, this event is for you! The prevailing theme of this event is: "Pacific Northwest Christians in Tech: You Are Not Alone." Come and be encouraged through connection and worship, hear insights featuring a guest panel of colleagues from the Tech world, and learn about ways to be connected as a community. This is a free event and is open to the public. Registration required.
Are you in business? A leader? An Entrepreneur? A Pastor? An influencer? If you identify with any of these, then this event is for you! This event will help you to imagine a new sense of purpose; make a difference in your city, and to inspire those you influence. Focusing on moral courage and prophetic imagination, the hope is to equip you to carry out your work for God in whatever workspace you currently are in, or hope to be in. Registration required. (small fee for event)
REGISTER FOR EVENTS BELOW
If you’d like to attend the Conversation on Faith and the Arts, please click the link below to register for free.
If you’d like to attend the Conversation on Faith and Technology, please click the link below to register for free.
If you’d like to attend the Conversation on Faith and Work, please click the link below to register. (small fee to register)
We are pleased to present our main speakers Malcolm Guite and Steve Bell; who together bring a fusion of Poetry, Song, and Inspiration as they collaborate and create live on stage, right before your eyes and ears!
What do people have to say about seeing Steve & Malcolm together?
“To experience Steve and Malcolm in concert is to be given a glimpse of creative process in action.”
“An incredible display of honesty, brilliance, and faith. Bell and Guite deliver a unique blend of story and song that invariably leaves you with the realization that you have experienced an amazing journey simply by having been around them.”