Denver Faith + Culture Meeting is a monthly gathering, ecumenical in scope, meant to gather Christians in conversation at the intersection of faith and culture.


It looks like this:

1 meeting each month

3 meetings each topic

4 topics each year

Each Meeting:

Includes one or more speakers followed by panel discussion and/or group conversation.



A gathering designed to foster intellectual friendship.

A series of topics/talks with some of the best minds in Denver.

Intentionally Ecumenical in scope but dedicated to Church unity.

Multi-generational and family-friendly. (childcare provided)

Dedicated to learning from the Democracy of the Dead as they speak to us in the richness of tradition.

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Upcoming Topics:


The Gift of the Good Land


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An exploration of faith and agriculture, culture and ecology. What does faith in Christ have to do with the land? (September-November)

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Deus ex Machina


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An exploration of technology, the myth of progress, and the challenges of Christian life in the age of the machine. (December-Feburary)

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Sexuality of Gift


An exploration sexuality, the theology of the body, and the witness of sexual fidelity in an age of confusion and license. (March-May)

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“ How is the dynamism and expansion of a new culture to be fostered without losing a living fidelity to the heritage of tradition? This question is of particular urgency when a culture which arises from the enormous progress of science and technology must be harmonized with a culture nourished by classical studies according to various traditions. ” -Gaudium et Spes
Violence is not necessary to destroy a civilization. Each civilization dies from indifference toward the unique values which created it.” - Don Colacho
"In a sort of ghastly simplicity we remove the organ and demand the function. We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honour and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful." - C.S. Lewis