Place matters within the context of conversation and mission. In 2016, Q will move from the sophisticated hub of Boston to the rugged frontier of Denver, Colorado.
Denver has long been an individualistic city, an escape for many, and a destination for others. Consistent throughout the Rockies is a sense of going at it alone, bucking tradition and finding new paths to advance the future. Historically, it is one of the few cities not originally built on a railroad or body of water. Early settlers were instead drawn to the area for its promise of gold. A fast-growing and diverse metropolitan area, Colorado’s capital is home to four major sports teams, including the Broncos and Rockies, many parks and museums, and the second largest performing arts center in the world. The Sixteenth Street Mall and bustling neighborhoods such as LoDo or RiNo entertain architecture connoisseurs while indulging foodies.
There is no better place to consider what might be next for Christian faithfulness in today’s world. It’s a city that ultimately combines the beauty of the Old West with the best of modern America. Q anxiously awaits all that The Front Range has in store.