Activities & Events
This year, we're celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Regent College's Summer Programs, and we'll be honouring this very special occasion with an all-star lineup of professors including N.T. Wright, Andy Crouch, Wesley Hill, Christine Pohl, and many more.
If you want to see what's happening around Regent outside of our summer programs, please see our main events calendar.
Chapel is foundational to our life at Regent College and services are held regularly throughout Summer Programs. Many students find that the mingling of testimony and praise, exposition and intercession creates an atmosphere of rich spiritual vitality. In the summer, we have full services on Tuesdays at 11:45am, with shorter, prayer chapel services on Thursdays at 11:45am
The Prophetic Voice: Pastors Conference 2019 May 7–9, 2019
Our world urgently needs to hear a living word from the living God. Explore what it means for the church to speak in the "prophetic voice"—to proclaim those much-needed words in our particular time. Details and Registration.
Praying the Psalms in Spirit and Song May 17, 2019
Join Bruce Hindmarsh and Steve Bell for a rich evening of learning, prayer, and song. Gain a deeper understanding of the practice and significance of praying the Psalms, then engage with these transformative texts through music and meditation. Details and Registration.
The Practices of Faith in the World of Work June 14–15, 2019
Work and spirituality don’t always seem to mix, but work can provide a unique opportunity for spiritual growth. Learn how spiritual practices and work enrich each other at this two-day conference. Details and Registration.
Summer Prayer Retreat July 13, 2019
Refresh your spirit through this one-day prayer retreat with spiritual director John Lunn. Details and Registration.
New York City Arts Weekend August 9–10, 2019
Makoto Fujimura and Iwan Russell-Jones lead this exploration of Christian faith and the visual arts in New York City. Enjoy a fascinating tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and participate in shared meals, stimulating presentations, and challenging conversations . Develop a deeper understanding of how creativity finds its place in the new creation. Details and Registration.
Postmodern Urban Spaces: A City Tour with David Ley July 20, 2019
This popular bus tour with Dr. David Ley, Professor of Urban Geography at UBC, takes you through Vancouver's downtown and inner city districts to observe the expression of changing social values and postmodern culture in the urban landscape. The tour sells out every year, so get your tickets early! rgnt.net/bustour.
Evening Public Lectures
Engage our summer teachers on a remarkable variety of challenging issues. Our 2019 lineup is available here.