The Jazz Theologian

The Jazz Theologian


Discover the Gospel in Jazz

posted by Robert Gelinas

Reflections of a Jazz Theologian Live!  Every wednesday evening July 18th-August 29 in the Upper Room at the Aurora campus of Colorado Community Church. 

Rangell06Each evening will be a unique blend of great jazz music and spoken word from 7-9pm.  Weekly we will examine an aspect of the gospel in jazz.  That is, what does it look like to live a "jazz-shaped faith."

We’ve booked some great artists…Nelson Rangell, Chris Lang, Isidro Aybar, Andy Nevala, Dave LeMieux, and Hugh Ragin.

All seven weeks, only $50–Tickets go on sale at Base Camp Aurora in 2 weeks–only 200 seats available.Hughragin2

Stay in the groove,

robert



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Dan Green

posted June 10, 2007 at 11:42 am


Is there a group rate for families (like 4
or more?) We’d love to spread it down the generations!



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Dan Green

posted June 10, 2007 at 11:43 am


Any chance of a group rate for families of
four or more?



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jazztheologian

posted June 11, 2007 at 8:54 am


Dan,
Thanks for stopping by and even more so for the question. You ask a good question. I hope we can do a group rate. This is not going to be a money maker for us as we are just trying to cover the cost of great musicians. An average of $7 per week seemed reasonable but for those of us with big families nothing is cheap! I’ll have an answer by the time tickets hit, if things are too steep for you, just let me know…I don’t want cost to keep anyone from attending.
Blessings,
robert



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evagrius

posted June 11, 2007 at 11:05 am


Anything on Mary Lou Williams?
Read “What’s Your Story, Morninglory?”.
I had the privilege of seeing this woman of great faith play in a jazz club in S.F. about 2 years before she passed away.
She wrote a number of “religious” jazz compositions, ” Black Christ of the Andes”, three Catholic Masses, etc;
Also…you’ve not mentioned the Duke and his Sacred Concerts.



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jazztheologian

posted June 12, 2007 at 3:46 pm


Eva,
Nothing on Mary Loug Williams or the Dukes Sacred concerts…thanks for the suggestions.
robert



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Greg Laughery

posted June 14, 2007 at 4:50 am


This is a fantastic idea and I wish you God’s richest blessings in Christ and a “jazz-shaped faith.”



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Celeste

posted June 20, 2007 at 3:57 pm


You go, Robert!!! I was so excited to visit My Goodness Magazine, and happen across news from “the Jazz Theologian” while exploring the site. I know that you are excited about launching this series, and while I am unsure of my ability to make it, I will certainly make every attempt! I know that Rowland would probably really enjoy it… so we’ll see what we can do to accomodate the schedule! Very Exciting!!!



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