CLASSES, WORKSHOPS, & EVENTS
Imperfectly Perfect: An exploration of our Father’s Love
with Steven J. Burge
Abraham and his son. Lot and his daughters. The Source, Themself (often called “Our Father”). Join us this Sunday, June 18th, as Stephen J. Burge explores some of faith’s famous fathers.
All are welcome. Stay for our community lunch directly afterwards!
If you are unable to physically attend, we will also live-stream our gathering on our Facebook page starting at 10:30am MT. Make sure you turn on notifications for Althea on Facebook so you can be notified as soon as we go live. During the gathering, we invite you to submit your prayers, comments, and feedback.
Featured Speaker: Steven J. Burge
Steven J. Burge is a Denver-based performer, storyteller, director, and arts educator. He has appeared on stages all across the front range, including the Denver Center for the Performing Arts; the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities; Curious Theater; and more. He and his sister were raised in a liberal-leaning but Christian household in rural America, and he is still able to find comfort in several aspects of his family's faith traditions. Steven thanks Ginny Castleberry for introducing him to the incredibly affirming and always welcoming Althea Community. He's happy to be back!
Featured Musician: Michael Stanwood
Michael Stanwood is a five-time winner of Westword's Best of Denver for everything from his recordings to his performances. He has composed scores for dance, theater and film as well as for three critically acclaimed recordings. He has produced multi-media events for The Denver Zoo (Animal Communiqué) and The Denver Museum of Nature and Science (The Circle of Life). He has toured throughout Southeast Asia as a musical goodwill ambassador for the U.S. Information Service.
Michael now plays a variety of ethnic instruments like the didjeridu, the Thai khaen, and the mbira, as well as the guitar. First Place winner in the 2012 International Autoharp Championship, he is considered one of the finest autoharp players in America today, and he has played that instrument with orchestras and solo...as well as with numerous bands.
He also leads the highly acclaimed Buzz Band, a group of nine musicians who play ethnic instruments. His CDs, Arc of a Buzz and Portal, have received rave reviews.
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