Author: Christ & Cascadia

Christ & Cascadia Launches New Site!

Welcome to the new Christ & Cascadia website! While our mission remains the same—to foster conversations about the cultural opportunities and challenges facing the Christian faith in Cascadia—we’ve embraced a new look that pairs aesthetics and function. We like to think of it as a “facelift.” So, what’s changed? 1. Streamlined content: Find our most recent posts on the homepage, or browse by topic using the “Topic” tab 2. Author page: Read about our talented authors on the new author page 3. Conference page: We’ve announced the topic for the 2017 Christ & Cascadia Conference! Check it out on the new conference...

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Sabbath & Seasonality Retreat

As the seasons turn from summer to fall, join us for a time of rest, reflection, learning, and celebration around the rhythms of Sabbath and the seasons that God built into creation. Together, we’ll learn about and experience Sabbath rest, share a meal of in-season foods grown on Eloheh Farm, and thank God for the abundance of creation in this harvest season. We will also imagine ways we can bring the rhythm of Sabbath into our everyday lives and ministries. The day-long retreat will include dinner and close with a campfire. Speakers: Cherice Bock, Edith and Randy Woodley Register...

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The Gospel in Vancouver: Imagining Mission in Cascadia

The Gospel in Vancouver: Imagining Mission in Cascadia It is no secret that cities like Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland present very real cultural challenges and questions to the Christian church. Our city and this region of “Cascadia” is forcing the church to ask new questions and explore new and innovative models of mission. You’re are invited to join Christian leaders from around the city to explore some of the key questions facing Christianity in Vancouver and the greater Cascadian region. Included in the evening will be a brief lecture from Dr. Matthew Kaemingk the director Christ and Cascadia, David...

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New Churches in the None Zone

What do church plants in one of the most post-Christian cities in the nation have to teach us? While national headlines herald the decline of Christianity in the United States, scarcely heard are stories from the thousands of new churches and new forms of church that are springing up each year across the country.  Dr. James‘ research among 105 new churches in Seattle tells a different, more hopeful story, replete with vibrant and diverse models of church. Come learn about these models and the five threads of missional wisdom that emerged from the field as a whole. Join us...

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Internship Opportunity: Join Our Team

  Are you interested in exploring the connections between faith and culture? The Fuller Institute for Theology and Northwest Culture has received a generous grant from the Murdock Charitable Trust which enables us to offer an exciting variety of paid internship opportunities beginning in September 2016. Read more about these full and part-time opportunities below: Worship & Arts Faith & Work Faith & Cascadian Culture Hospitality & Event Coordination Social Media & Marketing Worship and Arts Internship: Cascadia Worship & Arts focuses on equipping the church to explore the transformative power of worship, theology, and the arts.  This initiative...

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