We had to make a location change for the July 20 Summer at The Well gathering. Noteworthy: Our new venue has a smaller capacity, and as of this writing, only a handful of tickets remain. Info detailed in blogpost.
Like the Holy Trinity, event planning for The Well is still somewhat a mystery. Why some of our events sell out in a matter of hours and others don’t is something we’re trying to better understand. In the meantime, we have good and better news for you.
“Even when your heart is broken your hands remain open.” Christine Hilbert joins Lisa Schmidt for a quick chat about the original artwork “Reckless Love.” Christine hand painted this image to accompany The Well’s upcoming summer gathering on July 20. Learn more about Christine’s work via the quick video.
In this quick video update, Lisa Schmidt previews the Reckless Love: Summer at The Well gathering on July 20, 2019.
Registration is now open for 2019 Summer at The Well gathering on Saturday, July 20. Full details at the website.
Reckless Love 2019 Summer at The Well Gathering Saturday, July 20 Doors open at 8 AM | Conference begins at 9 AM | Vigil Mass at 4:30 PM Buy Tickets on Eventbrite Tickets are now on sale at Eventbrite here. Registration deadline is Friday, July 12 unless the event is sold out. Event Price: $55 Read more about 2019 Summer at The Well Gathering[…]
Three announcements: The release of our next episode in our Lenten podcast series, the winner of the Wellie NCAA tournament challenge, and save the date for our 2019 Summer at The Well gathering
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Do deadlines energize you like they do me? 2017 Summer at The Well is two weeks away and today is the last day to register in order to receive a blessing bag. Head on over here to the ticket system. Speaking of that ticketing system, given we changed systems from last year, I ask all Read more about Everyone Needs Deadlines (At least Walt Disney said so)[…]
I am not sure about most of you, but the idea of being spoiled is something that is not a totally familiar concept to me. I mean, I love my life, my family, my friends, etc, and they are amazing and appreciative and generous. But being spoiled? Like my parents do to their grandkids? Lavish, Read more about A Door Prize Extravaganza: A peek at what we’re giving away at The Well on June 24[…]