Nine Beats Collective: An evening with members of the Collective (Mark Scandrette & Mikael R Andreasen) – Ware
7.00 – 9.30pm Friday November 15th 2019
Tickets: Free entry
All Nations Christian College, Easneye, Ware, SG12 8LX
An evening with Nine Beats Collective facilitated by international speaker & author Mark Scandrette who will share about his involvement in this project and his work on spiritual practices with live music & conversation from Mikael R Andreasen
Jesus lived and taught a revolutionary way of love – a way to live alive with healing and hope. But is this really our daily experience? How do we close the gap between how we want to live and how we actually live?
Hear about the invitation of The Beatitudes and sample some of the NINE BEATS resource ‘The Ninefold Path’
The event invites us to:
EXPLORE the radical invitation of the Beatitudes.
ENGAGE the dynamic of shared practices.
ENJOY some great live music from an artist who is part of the NINE BEATS collective
To watch an intro to The Ninefold Path (CLICK HERE)
About Mark Scandrette
Mark is an internationally recognized expert in practical Christian spirituality. He is director of ReIMAGINE: A Center for Integral Christian Practice, leading retreats, workshops and projects to help apply spiritual wisdom to everyday life. He frequently speaks at universities, churches and conferences around the world and teaches at Fuller Theological Seminary. His most recent books include, FREE, Practicing the Way of Jesus and Belonging and Becoming.
A core member of NINE BEATS Collective, he is author, with Danielle Welch, of the project’s key resources,The Ninefold Path Notebook and Learning Lab.
Mark lives with his family in San Francisco’s Mission District, loves walking city streets and discovering beauty in unexpected places, and is passionately engaged in sustainability practices and efforts to create safe neighbourhoods for all people. www.markscandrette.com
About Mikael R Andreasen
Mikael is a musician and award-winning composer based in Copenhagen, Denmark, who primarily works under the moniker Kloster (the Danish word for monastery), which is at the same time a solo project, a band, and an ever-growing collective counting more than 50 people, typically wrapping vocal melodies in beautiful chords and tones.
Mikael has released six critically acclaimed albums. “Half Dream, Half Epiphany”, was nominated as album of the year at The Danish Music Awards. In 2016, Mikael won the Steppeulven award for composer of the year (a show curated by the Association of Danish Music Critics). He has performed in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, England, The Faroe Islands, Germany and USA.
To see the song video ‘Nine Beats to the Bar’ – NINE BEATS Collective ft. Mikael R Andreasen (CLICK HERE)
About NINE BEATS COLLECTIVE
NINE BEATS COLLECTIVE is an international collective of artists, activists, theologians, creatives and musicians exploring the ancient Bible wisdom of ‘the beatitudes’. Experience the project through:
‘Nine beats to the Bar’ – a critically-acclaimed album exploring the beatitudes through memorable songs of awakening, lament, reflection and hope. Available on CD, digital, double vinyl
The Ninefold Path: resources and online conversations that invite individuals, groups, churches, faith communities to experiment with the wisdom of the way of the beatitudes.
‘Nine beats to the bar’ – a critically-acclaimed double album exploring the beatitudes through memorable songs of awakening, lament, reflection and hope