Please Note: The Burning Bush Gallery is currently closed and the programs described below are not meeting due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In its history, art was crucial in the spiritual education and development of early Christians. Art played a pivotal role in communicating theological interpretations to inspire music, spiritual development and acts of compassion. Gary United Methodist Church has embraced art as a medium for understanding, dialogue and spiritual growth. Towards that end, we have established the Burning Bush Gallery. The Gallery is located in the "Wesley Center," the white house next to the church at 216 N. Main St.
Enjoy an evening of live music with international and regionally renowned artists in an exciting music and storytelling venue. Show admission is $10. Reservations encouraged by visiting acorncoffeehouse.com.
Drum circles are a great way to release energy and have fun. All levels welcomed; no experience necessary. Bring a hand drum or play the ones provided. Free – donations appreciated.
Consistently one of the most popular booths at TheosoFest, Sukyo Mahikari brings "The Light" to Wheaton. Come experience the Light, a positive spiritual energy radiated from the hand. Relax and rejuvenate your spirit, as the energy brings about positive changes in spirit, mind, and body. Drop in anytime between 7 and 9 p.m. Sessions last from 10-40 minutes depending on number of people. There is never a charge or fee for the Light.
Poets, Writers, Storytellers, Song writers, Musicians - Open Mic Nite
The Burning Bush Gallery will host an open mic night on the third Saturday of every month. Join us for a lively evening filled with poetry, music, and storytelling.
Join the Academy of European Arts and Culture in a lively and in-depth conversation of esoteric topics. Second Monday of the month, 7:30 p.m.