2021 Vineyard Creative Online Imaginarium and Creative Festival

Kris MacQueen, May 4, 2021, 7:06 PM
Kris MacQueen National Catalyst of Vineyard Creative
On June 10-12 Vineyard Creative Canada is hosting an online Imaginarium and Creative Festival. It's going to be a time of connection, equipping, and will include some creative play time too.
Joining us will be Vineyard Worship Director (and Ferment Podcast host) Adam Russell, UK Poet Malcolm Guite and others to share their wisdom, encouragement and insight. It's going to be so rich.

Register for the Imaginarium HERE
Submissions for the Creative Festival are now open HERE

Imaginarium Schedule: (Subject to change)
*please note times are EDT
Thursday - 8pm opening session, guest: Adam Russell
Friday - 11am Examen & sharing circle
Friday - 1 pm guest: Malcolm Guite
Friday - 3pm - TBD
Friday - 8pm with Kris MacQueen

Saturday Creative Festival Schedule TBA
Now accepting creative submissions for the Vineyard Creative Festival here: https://forms.gle/hhYfjgurL5hFNuLU6

Adam Russell is the Director of Vineyard Worship (USA). In his role as Director, Adam brings his experience as a songwriter, worship leader and senior pastor together to help guide and direct Vineyard Worship in living out its core purpose, which is to gather the worship community, train worship leaders, and make compelling records of the songs that God births in our wider movement. Additionally, Adam serves on the Vineyard Executive Team and also leads his home church, Vineyard Campbellsville.
Adam is a husband, father, pastor, speaker, songwriter and winemaker.

Poet-Priest Malcolm Guite was Chaplain for 20 years at Girton College, Cambridge and remains Supernumerary Fellow. He teaches at the Faculty of Divinity at the University of Cambridge, and lectures widely in England and North America on Theology and Literature and has published poetry, theology, and literary criticism and has worked as a librettist.
Malcolm has a particular interest in the imagination as a truth-bearing faculty and continues to reflect deeply on how poetry can stimulate and re-awaken our prayer life. He writes Poet's Corner, a weekly column for the Church Times.
Malcolm enjoys sailing, walking, old books, live music, riding his Royal Enfield motorbike and all the varieties of the British countryside and weather. Malcolm is also part of the rock band Mystery Train, performing gigs at Grantchester, Cambridge and other places around Cambridgeshire.

Update: Watch our Imaginarium 2021 sessions here: