This October, from North Wind Manor in Nashville, Tennessee, we’re sending you a taste of the Rabbit Room in the form of Hutchmoot: Homebound.
Over the course of this multi-day digital event, you and your family and friends will be able to access a rich variety of content featuring music from Sara Groves, Propaganda, John Mark McMillan, Joshua Luke Smith, and Andrew Peterson; a keynote address by filmmaker, legendary musician, and Lipscomb University’s Director of the School of Theatre and Cinematic Arts, Steve Taylor; and, as always, sessions and workshops on art, music, and story from a variety of speakers. We even have a few surprises in store. See a schedule here.
But on top of all of that, we aim to provide you with tools and opportunities to connect with people in real time right where you are, wherever you are (and yes, that includes international folks). Once the event is over, we hope you’ll feel the boundaries of home have expanded to include new faces, new voices, and new ideas. There’s no limit to how many can join. So for the first time ever, everyone who wants to join the feast will be able to find a seat at the table.