Soularize 2021

Engage. Connect. Unleash.

The incomparable Spencer Burke is doing a thing! I have been a big fan of his work adapting Lean Methodology for faith-based initiatives. In fact, his Lean Faith Canvas has become Step One when we are launching new spaces.

Now, he’s bringing back an event from the early days of the “emerging church” movement. It’s had a 10-year break and it’s back as a pandemic-era hybrid. The lineup of workshops and speakers is stellar and you are able to participate three ways:

Network Pass: Access all content in our private Soularize community, online and in the mobile app. Participate starting NOW and through the LIVE 3-Day gathering. Cost: $19.95 per person.

Village Host: Broadcast Soularize LIVE gathering to your own location. We will provide remote training and support for your team. One Network Pass included. Cost: $99 per host.

Fullerton Pass: Attend in-person at the main event location in charming downtown Fullerton, CA. On-site experiences in accordance with CDC health guidelines TBA. Includes one Network Pass. Attendance is limited. Cost: $199 per person.

Partnerships for this event include some of our most innovative and relevant changemakers, including the Glean Network, Ashoka Fellows and InnoFaith.

(And I’m happy to be helping out with the marketing campaign.)
🍏 Daryn

“We are invited to explore the question, how might we reframe issues to inspire human dignity to all, through the pursuit and practice of empathy, equity, and inclusivity?

We don’t need to force discovery of the new or different. It’s the essence of why we do what we do. It’s the animating force that drives our curiosity and enables us to fearlessly embrace the unknown.

We can be found among artist activists, community change-agents, business entrepreneurs, church leaders, visionary educators and even in the most unexpected vocations. We believe a better world is possible.”

Spencer Burke

Published by Daryn DeZengotita

I'm a Coworking Catalyst and Hospitality is my Super Power. At Table Coworking, we consult with churches to transform their underutilized space into vibrant, creative community centers. As one of Harvard Divinity School's Innovative Community Leaders, we are exploring new forms of joyful belonging and tribe gathering. One more thing - I founded the North Texas Coworking Alliance to support the movement and independent space owners. I hold a Journalism degree from Texas A&M and have oodles of years of experience in content marketing and direct sales.

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