Popular Texas blues man Chris Duarte returns to the Crystola Roadhouse.
After pairing up with her guitar-playing husband Matt Hill, they have made an unstoppable team and have established themselves as roots rock and roll powerhouses!
Are You Hungry For More Of God's Presence? Are You Needing Some Time Alone WTH Him In Prayer? Are You Passionate About See The Supernatural Power Of God RELEASED? Encounter Weekends at Prayer Mountain, Co have been designed with you in mind! These intimate gatherings, of 75 people or less, are held throughout the year and centered around transformational encounters with God. You'll receive revelatory teaching and impartation from Schlyce Jimenez and other well know five fold ministry gifts as well has have plenty of time for solitude, prayer, and spending time with God in the encounter room. Come expecting God to open your eyes and ears to the supernatural realm and to be released into greater dimensions of God's glory. During your weekend retreat, expect an upgrade in your ability to: Communicate with God and hear His voice Interact with receive revelation from Holy Spirit Operate in miracles, signs & wonders See into the spirit realm and discern spirits Receive and minister divine healing Pursue your God-ordained destiny and calling Minister the gifts of the Spirit ENCOUNTER Ministry FORMAT Because Encounter Weekends are meant to be transformational in nature, the structure of the weekend is geared towards facilitating personal experiences with God. The schedule includes morning and evening sessions that are taught by Prayer Mountain's senior leader, Schlyce Jimenez, and other honored guest ministers such as Jonathan Welton, Shawn Bolz, Gary Oates, Doug Addison, Theresa Dedmon, and more. Each afternoon, you may select from our menu of "encounter ministry" opportunities which include: Sozo Inner Healing Sessions Personal Prophetic Ministry Physical Healing Ministry Healing Message Prophetic Art Dream Interpretation SCHEDULE Friday 9:00 a.m. Registration 10:00 a.m. Morning Session 12:00 p.m. Lunch Break 1:30 p.m. Encounter Ministry Opportunities 6:30 p.m. Evening Session Saturday 10:00 a.m. Morning Session 12:00 p.m. Lunch Break 1:30 p.m. Encounter Ministry Opportunities 6:30 p.m. Evening Session
December 6: Keystone @ Goatsoup & Whiskey Tavern- 9:00 show December 7: Denver @ Quixote's- 9:00 show December 8: Winter Park @ Ullr's Tavern 9:00 show December 10: Boulder @ Blues and Greens- 7:30 show December 11: Greeley @ Moxi Theatre- 9:00 show December 12: TBA December 13: Alma @ AOB - 9:00 show December 14: Woodland Park @ Crystola Roadhouse- 9:00pm show December 15: Woodland Park @ Crystola Roadhouse- 4:00pm show
Amahl and the Night Visitors A Free Holiday Gift for the Community The Colorado Springs Conservatory is pleased to present 2 performances of the timeless treasure Amahl and the Night Visitors as a Free holiday gift to the Ute Pass community. The one-act opera composed by Gian Carlo Menotti, and sung in English, is a fun and accessible introduction to opera for audiences of all ages. The cast is comprised of Conservatory students, alumni and faculty. 2 performances: Friday, December 13 at the Ute Pass Cultural Center at 6pm and 8pm Everyone is welcome. Tickets or reservations are Not required. THE Story Impoverished, disabled Amahl the shepherd boy and his mother are visited by three kings. The kings tell of their search for a special child for whom they bring gifts. Amahl wonders what he could offer such a child, while other village children present humble gifts to the kings. That night, Amahl's mother is caught in the act of stealing the kings’ gold to help her own Amahl. The kings offer to let her keep the gold, explaining that the king they seek will need nothing but love to rule his kingdom. Amahl, watching the ordeal, realizes that he has one possession to give to this child and humbly offers his crutch. As he steps forward to give the kings his staff, he suddenly finds he can walk. They all deem this a sign from the "Child." Amahl leaves with the kings to pay homage to the child who has healed Him. Interesting Historical Information This treasured American masterpiece was commissioned by the National Broadcasting Company for television. The first performance by the NBC-TV Opera Theater in New York, was appropriately given on Christmas Eve, December 24, 1951. The opera was broadcast for a dozen years, building a generation of adoring fans. Gian Carlo Menotti is one of America's most prolific opera composers and was also the founder of the Spoleto Music Festival both in Italy and in North Carolina. ABOUT The Colorado Springs Conservatory In 2014, The Colorado Springs Conservatory will celebrate its 20 th year of providing performing arts instruction to students ages 4 through 18 in instrumental music, vocals, theater and dance/movement of all genres. In recognition of its pedagogy and standards of excellence, The Conservatory was named this year, as a Royal Conservatory Founding School and received the Arts Schools Network Exemplary School award. Enrollment for spring classes is underway and auditions for entry are not required. Please visit csconservatory.org or call 719-577-4556 to arrange a personal tour.