Conversations for the Common Good
We regularly host events featuring lectures, performances, and onstage conversations with writers, artists, musicians, and leading thinkers. Featured guests are asked to articulate the important ideas and relevant viewpoints that inform their work and creative process. These conversations are offered in hope that all who attend will be enriched and challenged by the distinctive perspective that faith can add to our lives.
- An Evening with Van Jones
- Standing for the Common Good: A Conversation with Lisa Sharon Harper
- A Conversation with Tony Hale
- The Sin of Certainty: A Conversation with Peter Enns
- Spiritual Reflections on the 2016 Presidential Election: A Conversation with Philip Yancey
- Why Do We Need Religion?: A Conversation with Miroslav Volf
- A Conversation with Mike McHargue
- A Conversation with Sara Miles
- Click here for audio recordings from 2013 – 2015
- Click here for an archive of Scot’s interviews at City Church San Francisco with leading thinkers including N.T. Wright, Miroslav Volf, Christopher Wright, Lauren Winner, Barbara Bradley-Haggerty, Jim Wallis, and more.
Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute
Each summer we host the Lesslie Newbigin Summer Institute at one of the colleges of Cambridge University. We are privileged to partner with the Newbigin Centre at Ridley Hall for this event and have welcomed distinguished guest lecturers including N.T. Wright, Rowan Williams, Richard Mouw, James K.A. Smith and Claire Foster-Gilbert.
Consider joining us July 8-11, 2019! Visit our homepage and sign up for our mailing list to be notified when registration is open.
To access resources, photos, and audio recordings of previous institutes, please visit links below.
Pastors Colloquy 2019: Public Witness
Public Witness in the Way of Jesus. The life and ministry of Jesus presented a public truth. For those who seek to follow him, what does faithful public witness in the way of Jesus look like today? What resources are available in the Christian tradition? What new practices might we cultivate together? These are the questions we’ll be exploring in the third annual colloquy for pastors and ministry leaders.
Join us as we gather for mutual encouragement and to learn from one another!
- $75 (early registration, by Dec 7) | $95 (regular, after Dec 7)
- Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org