Nadia Bolz-Weber Speaking at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
February 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Pierced and tattooed, Nadia Bolz-Weber defies the image of the Lutheran preacher, yet this salty, liturgical acrobat challenges everyone from Christians to atheists to go spiritually deeper than they ever have. Her New York Times best-selling memoir, “Pastrix: The Cranky Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint,” reveals the heart of this recovering addict’s desire to bring the raw honesty that she finds in Twelve Step programs in the basement of churches into the sanctuaries of those buildings. Bolz-Weber has been featured in a wide range of media — from NPR’s Fresh Air to The Washington Post. In Denver, at the House for All Sinners and Saints, Bolz-Weber welcomes addicts, gays, the unchurched and any other people who have been made to feel like outsiders by the Christian establishment. Everyone is welcome when Bolz-Weber speaks at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 2620 Capitol Ave., in Sacramento at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23. Seating is open and tickets are available for $25 on Eventbrite.