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May 2017

Once again, the Murphy summer calendar is starting to take shape; and one thing we will definitely have plenty of time to do this summer is read. We won’t be joining a pool. We won’t be visiting Busch Gardens, Water Country, or King’s Dominion. Instead? A water hose and lots of books (cue sad trombone)….

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Sep 2016

Hunt.Gather’s Fall Retreat registration is now open! On September 30th and October 1st at The Fourhundred, join local women in hands-on, family-style workshops for all skill levels: from students, to hobbyists, to career artists, to retirees. Sessions are open to the public and facilitated by local women. SIGN UP HERE! Workshops are FREE, so sign…

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Jul 2015

Hunt.Gather’s Fall Retreat registration is now open! On September 11th and 12th at The Fourhundred, join local women in hands-on, family-style workshops for all skill levels: from students, to hobbyists, to career artists, to retirees. Sessions are open to the public, facilitated by local women. Sign up HERE! $10 per session covers materials, so sign…

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Jun 2015

Once again, the Murphy summer calendar is at capacity. Between the swimming pool, numerous VBS’s, karate, soccer camps, Busch Gardens, Water Country, family get-aways, a visit from Nana, and a trip to Disney World; it’s a wonder we find time to do anything else but play chauffeur. However, summer has always been a time for…

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Mar 2015

As an artistic response to our NEW sermon series entitled According to Mark, Redemption Hill Church member Duncan Robertson crafted the following piece: From the artist: “This piece was created for the sermon series titled “According To Mark” or “A2M”. In this series we will be “branching” off from Mark to the other gospels and…

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Feb 2015

We hope you can join us for the next Makers Series evening this Friday, February 27th at 7:00 p.m. at Third Church (600 Forest Avenue) as trumpeter Taylor Barnett, medical illustrator Paul Gross, and philosopher and cultural critic Jamie Smith share their work and explore how our imaginations provide the bridge between the “already” and…

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Feb 2015

When we think of art, artists, and creativity, we almost always consider the imagination to be a key component of what artists do, and who they are. It’s not uncommon to hear that a fertile and vivid imagination is what sets “creatives” apart from the rest of us, even more than skills honed by years…

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Jan 2015

We hope you can join us for the next Makers Series evening this Friday, January 16th at 7:00 p.m. at Third Church (600 Forest Avenue) as essayist Jill Carattini, dancer Karen Watkins-Rios, and soprano Sarah Kate Walston share their work and explore how we embody the arts and live out an incarnational faith. Here is…

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Jan 2015

The Christian life is one that is rooted in our physical presence in the world, not just in aesthetic or spiritual ideas. So how does art invite us to live more concretely in this world, and invite others to do the same? How do we manage the tension between discipline (spiritual and physical) and expression…

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Dec 2014

As an artistic response to our NEW Advent sermon series entitled He Has Come, resident artist and Redemption Hill Church member Susanna Seabourne crafted the following piece: From the artist: “The Tumbling Tesseract is a blend of imagination and reality to make tangible a thing that I feel so deeply, yet cannot see. In this…

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