On Friday, December 18th in partnership with Regent College, The Rabbit Room, and The C.S. Lewis Foundation, we are delighted to host the renowned poet, singer-songwriter, and Anglican priest Malcom Guite, whose poetic works have been described by former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams as offering “deep resources for prayer and meditation to the reader.”
Through his poetry, Malcolm aims to restore a quietness, inner peace, and willingness to wait unfulfilled in the dark for light to come. Practicing Advent, Malcolm says, is a countercultural and subversive act. He says, "reclaiming Advent's rich fast will restore meaning to the even richer feast when Christmas comes.” A week before Christmas, we’ll discuss the work of waiting, the nature of our wonder-filled faith, and the hope of the incarnation. We hope you'll join us for our final Online Conversation this Advent season!
Special thanks to this event's sponsors: