Women today inhabit and excel in every profession, yet many Christian women wonder whether their work really matters for the kingdom. Join us for a special luncheon at the Citrus Club with author Katelyn Beaty.
Join us for lunch as we get to know Tim Giuliani and the work of the Orlando Economic Partnership. He'll answer the 6 Questions as attendees get to know the city we love.
An introductory level Faith & Work Class using the Bible to impact work day to day.
Join local friends as we gather together five times over six months to view a live simulcast with Tim Keller and the leaders of the Center for Faith and Work focused on Faith & Work: From Vision to Implementation.
Young at Heart? Join The Collaborative for a delightful field trip to tour the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright at nearby Florida Southern College followed by lunch.
The Collaborative, Becoming Studies, and the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida pair up for a unique, spring offering for women. This 8 week study on 'Identity' culminates in a special evening experience with author and speaker, Katelyn Beaty.
6 Questions Luncheon for Craig Ustler and Thad Seymour about Orlando's Creative Village
Q Commons brings the Q learning experience to cities around the world by teaming up with host partners for a unique evening that combines global talks via broadcast with curated live local presentations.
Justice Alan Lawson, appointed to the Florida Supreme Court by Governor Scott in 2017, will be our guest as he answers the Six Questions.
The Common Good conference engages participants in a conversation about the common good — a subject that is not often addressed directly, especially among Christians. What is the common good? Why is the common good so central to the mission of the church? And what are some practical ways we can pursue the common good, both as individuals and churches.