Culture

Love, Henri
Redeemer hosted a music-accompanied live reading of Henri Nouwen's letters in partnership with the Henri Nouwen Society.
A Modern Spin on a Beloved Classic
Redeemer’s spring mainstage production of Robert Brinsley Sheridan’s The Rivals put contemporary and Christian angles on a classic English satire
Worshipping God through Creative Experience
New Life Christian Reformed Church reflects this Lent with the artwork of Redeemer art students’ Imago Dei show
Seeking Shalom
Redeemer students raise awareness on campus about mental health and about sexual violence.
The Art of Listening
Miranda Van Rooyen ‘17 draws inspiration for her senior art exhibit from her internship at art outreach centre RE-create.
When Art and Science Interface
Dr. Madhur Anand, professor of ecology at the University of Guelph, reads from her latest book of poetry at Redeemer.
Celebrating Canada’s Faith Communities Through Writing
Doug Sikkema ‘06 and Dr. Deborah Bowen spearhead the Ross and Davis Mitchell Prize for Faith and Writing
A War with Many Fronts
Redeemer’s fall mainstage production, "Front", examines the effect war can have on those at home.
Subway Stations of the Cross
Ins Choi’s performance calls Christians to reexamine their perspectives on homelessness.
Beyond Worldview
Redeemer’s Beyond Worldview lecture series asked what faith has to say about first-person shooter video games and zombie apocalypses.
Does Jesus Love Headshots?
Dr. Kevin Schut investigates the intersection of faith with the guts and gore of video games.
Learning to Love through Habit
Dr. James K. A. Smith’s keynote, drawn from his book "You Are What You Love", challenges us to learn to love through habit.
What’s up with the Apocalypse?
Alissa Wilkinson uncovers our collective cultural paranoia and our cravings for stories about the end of the world.
Chicken Soup and the Zombie Apocalypse
Centre for Christian Scholarship prepares for guest speakers coming to Redeemer this fall
Redeemer Concert Choir sings at Parliament
Choir gives impromptu concert at Parliament during last leg of 2016 tour