"Give me my boy. Do you hear? I didn't care about all your rules and regulations. I don't believe in a God who keeps mother and son apart. I believe in a God of love. No one had a right to come between me and my son. Not even God. Tell Him that to His face. I want my boy, and I mean to have him. He is mine, do you understand? Mine, mine, mine, forever and ever."
One of Jesus’ hardest sayings reflects the truth behind one of Lewis’ most tragic characters. Jesus demands He be first and only in our life for our sakes and for the sake of those we love.
AR seeks to care for culture by cultivating creative community. We aim to create opportunities for people to collaborate and wrestle together through the themes of art, faith, and life. AR desires to care for creatives of
all disciplines and the culture and city they’re a part of. Through these efforts AR hopes to see deep and meaningful relationships fostered for the purpose of seeing our culture, city, and world renewed.
Calvary the Hill started as a prayer meeting in a small studio apartment in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle in the summer of 2010. Since then we have met in living rooms, bars, dance studios, warehouses to worship Jesus, learn about his grace through studying the Bible, love one another and serve our neighbors.