Center for Religious Humanism

aka Image Journal   |   Seattle, WA   |  www.imagejournal.org

Mission

The Center exists to support Image journal and its suite of programs. These programs seek to foster both personal and cultural renewal through a revival of the Judeo-Christian imagination. Image, one of the world’s leading literary and arts journals, is a showcase for art inspired by Judeo-Christian faith—art with the power to engage and change the mainstream of contemporary culture. Image and its programs deepen the wisdom, compassion, and cultural engagement of religious communities by enabling them to draw more fully on the virtues of art and the imagination. The journal and its programs provide both nurture and the challenge of high aesthetic standards to artists and writers whose work is informed by faith.

Ruling year info

1982

Principal Officer

Mr. Gregory Wolfe

Main address

3307 Third Ave West

Seattle, WA 98119

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EIN

31-1041181

NTEE code info

Arts, Cultural Organizations - Multipurpose (A20)

Religious Media, Communications Organizations (X80)

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Image Journal

The Center for Religious Humanism's programs include Image journal, a quarterly publication of art and faith with a subscriber base of 4,500. Image also hosts an annual arts workshop called the Glen that focuses on developing outstanding art and literature by religious believers. It is held at St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Florence Seminar, Image's newest program, is a study tour that brings a small group of inquirers to Florence, Italy to explore the astonishing outpouring of art and culture that came to be known as the Renaissance, particularly the incarnational balance between things human and divine, and ask how such a thing might happen again in our time. Image also hosts a post-graduate fellow through the Milton Center workshop, dedicated to giving writers the time and space to complete a first book.

Population(s) Served

The Center for Religious Humanism's programs include Image journal, a
quarterly publication of art and faith with a subscriber base of 4,500.
Image also hosts an annual arts workshop called the Glen that focuses
on developing outstanding art and literature by religious believers. It
is held at St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Florence
Seminar, Image's newest program, is a study tour that brings a small
group of inquirers to Florence, Italy to explore the astonishing
outpouring of art and culture that came to be known as the Renaissance,
particularly the incarnational balance between things human and divine,
and ask how such a thing might happen again in our time. Image also
hosts a post-graduate fellow through the Milton Center workshop,
dedicated to giving writers the time and space to complete a first book.

Population(s) Served

The IMAGE seminars gather together small groups of people who care passionately about the ways that art and faith can renew our culture. We place a strong emphasis on dialogue and communion and make time in the schedule for meaningful conversations.

Population(s) Served

The Center for Religious Humanism's programs include Image journal, a
quarterly publication of art and faith with a subscriber base of 4,500.
Image also hosts an annual arts workshop called the Glen that focuses
on developing outstanding art and literature by religious believers. It
is held at St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Florence
Seminar, Image's newest program, is a study tour that brings a small
group of inquirers to Florence, Italy to explore the astonishing
outpouring of art and culture that came to be known as the Renaissance,
particularly the incarnational balance between things human and divine,
and ask how such a thing might happen again in our time. Image also
hosts a post-graduate fellow through the Milton Center workshop,
dedicated to giving writers the time and space to complete a first book.

Population(s) Served

One of Image’s primary missions is to foster the creation of art, as both as an end in itself and as a spiritual discipline. The classes and tutorial / manuscript critiques that the Glen Online offers will refine and inspire your creative abilities through one-on-one encounters with the highly regarded writers and artists featured in Image and at our Glen Workshops. The online format allows even those with demanding schedules to make room for their writing. The courses can be completed at your own pace, and suited to your level of experience.

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Center for Religious Humanism

Board of directors
as of 11/27/2017
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Board chair

Mr. Mark Wiggs

Litigation Consulting Attorney

Gregory Wolfe

President and Editor, Image

Robert Royal

President, Faith and Reason Institute

Dick Staub

Radio Host, Center for Faith and Culture

Carol Windham

Owner, Sevenheart Ranch

Luci Shaw

Writer in Residence, Regent College

J. Steve Davis

Founder, Giraffe Inc.

Mark Wiggs

Litigation Consulting Attorney

Richard Vaughan

President, Publishing Management Associates

Greg Pennoyer

Director, The Incarnation Exhibition

Laurel Gasque

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Canada

Michael Capps

Director of Strategic Development, Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems

Sandy Reimer

World Heritage Project

Norm Allen

Touchstone Ministries

Mark Petersen

Bridgeway Foundation

Jeff Keuss

Seattle Pacific University