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2018 Festival of Homiletics - Washington, DC

"Preaching and Politics"

 

Denver


Venue #1 - Bellco Theater

The gorgeous Bellco Theater in Denver will be our venue Monday (2-8pm) for registration check-in as well as opening night activities.

"Newly constructed in 2004, the Bellco Theatre was designed to be both aesthetically and acoustically pleasing. It has quickly established a reputation of not only being one of the most versatile theatres in the Denver Metro area, but also one of the most attractive. The classic look of red upholstered seats brilliantly contrasts the modern design with clean,

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Denver Highlight #1 - Sites and Things to Do

While you are in Denver in May for the festival, be sure to check out the city! Here is a list of a several things to see and do, as well as suggested links for even more information. 

All photos used with permission of and credit given to VISIT DENVER

"Discover the 16th Street Mall, located in downtown Denver. The mile-long, pedestrian friendly Mall is packed with shopping, restaurants and attractions." (Image credit also to Steve Crecelius) 

 

 

 

"Colorado

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Registration Opens November 3!

denverRegistration for the 2015 Festival of Homiletics opens November 3rd! You will be able to register by visiting this link. 

This year's theme is Preaching from the Mountain: Heralds of Good Tidings and will take place May 11-15, 2015 in downtown Denver. You won't want to miss a great speaker line-up, Nadia Bolz-Weber and Sara Miles on opening night, or an enriching interfaith dialogue with John Philip Newell and Rabbi Ben Romer. The city of Denver has much to offer as

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A Preview of Denver Highlights

More detailed information about Denver attractions, restaurants, and charities is to come, but here is a short preview list of some of the things you may want to check out while you are in this great city! 

Mount Evans "is the road into the sky. Drive from 8,700 feet at Idaho Spring where you turn off Interstate 70 to 14,240 feet to the summit, and you will pass through 3 life zones, passing ancient trees, lakes and forest to the land above timberline."

Kirkland Museum "has one of

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