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An Officially Unofficial SXSW Event at Austin Seminary

Faith and Culture @SXSW is an event that is one part enriching lecture and one part acoustic music concert, shaken around with a splash of humor and served up in a welcoming community. Join us beforehand for refreshments on the lawn, then settle inside historic Shelton Chapel to listen to critically acclaimed author David Dark explore what God is doing @SXSW. Following the lecture, singer-songwriter Sarah Masen will lift your spirit with her acoustic folk melodies. Stay afterwards for a Q&A with Dark and Masen who have refined their banter through twenty years of marriage.  

Presenters: Dr. David Dark and Ms. Sarah Masen

Date:  March 16, 2017

Time:  5:00 p.m. - Food & Drinks. 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - Show; Q&A to follow

Location: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Shelton Chapel

100 East 27th Street, Austin, 78705

Cost: $12; $6 each for groups of 6 or more; FREE for Austin Seminary students and their spouses

Free beverages plus taco truck food available for purchase separately before event

This event is for all who wish to engage—with both head and heart—what SXSW might say about the potential for the Kindom of God being at hand, including right here in Austin. 

Click here to register.


David Dark, Author of 'Life's Too Short to Pretend You're Not Religious' from InterVarsity Press on Vimeo.



The 2016 edition of Communitas, the Journal of Education Beyond the Walls, was written by the Fellows in our 2014 Pastoral Leadership for Public Life cohort. Writer Donna Johnson, author of Holy Ghost Girl, served as editor and consultant.

 

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