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Feb
28
9:00 am09:00

Lenten Retreat/Lectio Divina

  • The Salem Farm

Join us for a quiet time of beauty and preparation for the Lent Season. There will be a Lectio Divina, and a time for personal reflection, small group interaction and discussion of how to use Lent as a time of creative offering. 

 

Nov
27
6:00 pm18:00

Creation Waits

 

Special live music and art offering designed to help us all slow down for the Advent Season.

 

 

Oct
18
11:00 am11:00

Havens of Grace: Hospitality in a Busy World

  • The Home of Sandy Mulvaney

Andi Ashworth, is the author of Real Love for Real Life: The Art and Work of Caring and Co-Founder/Director Emeritus of Art House America and InSpero board member. She will share the realities and beauty of a life of hospitality. She will also speak on self care in the midst of a self-giving life.  We will also hear from Ashley McMakin (founder of Ashley Mac's) and her mother, Sandy Deaton, on generations of hospitality.  

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Sep
17
9:00 am09:00

From Memory to Story: A One-Day Writing Seminar with Jonathan Rogers

Covenant Presbyterian Church 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Jonathan Rogers is the author of "fantasy adventure stories told in an American accent," including the Wilderking Trilogy (The Bark of the Bog Owl, The Secret of the Swamp King, and The Way of the Wilderking) and The Charlatan's Boy. 

Limited Seating! Please link on Jonathan's website (below) for more information and to buy tickets.

http://www.jonathan-rogers.com/online-writing-courses/

Sep
15
6:00 pm18:00

The Art of Community

The Art of Community Featuring musicians Corey Nolen and Eric Peters, storyteller/author Jonathan Rogers, and counselor/author Gordon Bals at Pike Road Millworks, 6:00 pm Happy Hour, 7:00-8:30 pm Conversation, Music and Stories

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Lenten Day Retreat- (farm)
Feb
4
8:30 am08:30

Lenten Day Retreat- (farm)

Join us for a quiet time of beauty and preparation for the Lent Season. There will be a Lectio Divina, and a time for personal reflection, small group interaction and discussion of how to use Lent as a time of creative offering. 

REGISTER HERE!

The Salem Farm (am session) February 4th 8:30am-2:30pm

 

 

Feb
3
6:00 pm18:00

Lenten Retreat (evening option)

Join us for a quiet time of beauty and preparation for the Lent Season. There will be a Lectio Divina, and a time for personal reflection, small group interaction and discussion of how to use Lent as a time of creative offering. 

REGISTER HERE!

Clubhouse on Highland (pm session) February 3rd 6:30-9pm

 

Sep
24
7:00 pm19:00

Q Commons

 

AVON THEATER | THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2015 | 7:00-9:00PM

Nancy Carroll will be one of three local speakers at the Q Birmingham event.

INTRODUCING ONE SPEAKER: 
Nancy W. Carroll
Co-Director, InSpero
Because beauty matters and so do those who create it. #beautymatters

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Nancy co-directs InSpero, which inspires and cultivates Birmingham’s creative community to bring beauty and hope to our city and churches. She writes, teaches, speaks, provides soul care, and leads retreats for small groups, leadership teams, artists and missionaries. She led her own consulting firm and has master’s degrees in marketing communications from Eastern Michigan University and theological studies from Beeson Divinity School. She serves on the boards of Pearl Ministries, which addresses the needs of orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda and Urban Avenues, which provides collaborative economic, educational and artistic ventures in Birmingham. She and her husband, Bill, have two children. For more information about Nancy, go to inspero.org or nancywcarroll.com

May
14
May 17

Join us next week....

Mark your calendars for Thursday, May 14 for a night of story and song beginning at 6:45 p.m. for wine and cheese on the patio of the beautiful Clubhouse on Highland at 2908 Highland Avenue South. You'll enjoy stories, poems and songs by local artists with an intermission featuring "Milk and Cookie Happy Hour for Grown-Ups" provided by Baking Bandits. This is a free event with donations to InSpero welcome (and needed) so we can continue to do this several times a year.  Come early as we anticipate a full house!

Joel Madison Blount and his band are featured both at our Magic City Storytellers Night and at Waiting for the Muse: Pentecost, the Holy Spirit and the Mystery of the Creative Process on Sunday, May 17 5-7 p.m. at Independent Presbyterian Church, 3106 Highland Avenue South.  

Lent Day Retreat
Feb
17
8:30 am08:30

Lent Day Retreat

Join us for a day on a local farmstead for Spiritual direction, directed solitude, and community as we begin our Lenten journey.

Dignity of Humanity- Photography show
Feb
1
Feb 14

Dignity of Humanity- Photography show

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"The City Beautiful" 
"Imago Deo- our city-our dignity" - *pop-up gallery* 
       & community night

Gallery night-  live local music/drum circle

Featured artist: Vicki Hunt & Restoration academy kids art

*Open call for art submissions (human dignity theme) from visual artists city-wide* - Visual Gallery


*portion of the gallery space as photo/story portraits of individuals who are in or have graduated from JFL/clerestory program

"Community offering/ Wall "Before I Die"

LOCATION TBD
 

Theme: "Dignity of Humanity and Value of Life"

All are welcome