Address

1915 Chapala Street
Santa Barbara, CA, 93101
United States

 

Contact Info

(805) 979-5089

tim@waycollective.org

Founder/Co-Curator - Tim Burnette Tim is a dreamer, philosopher, and theologian. He has spent 15+ years reflecting on the evolving Christian faith, and is a doctoral candidate at Claremont School of Theology. He embraces theopoetics as a lens for seeing the world, with a practical emphasis on communal formation, beauty/aesthetics, and spirituality. He currently curates the Way Collective, which is a community of shared practices and values. He is a husband, father, writer, musician, and avid reader. His interests include vinyl, food, philosophy, poetry, guitar tones, baseball, and all things on the fringe. He is an advocate for love and reconciliation across boundaries of faith and non-faith. He agrees with Vonnegut that you can see all kinds of things from the edge that you can’t see from the center. Although...sometimes it helps to be centered out on the edge as well.

Founder/Co-Curator - Tim Burnette

Tim is a dreamer, philosopher, and theologian. He has spent 15+ years reflecting on the evolving Christian faith, and is a doctoral candidate at Claremont School of Theology. He embraces theopoetics as a lens for seeing the world, with a practical emphasis on communal formation, beauty/aesthetics, and spirituality. He currently curates the Way Collective, which is a community of shared practices and values. He is a husband, father, writer, musician, and avid reader. His interests include vinyl, food, philosophy, poetry, guitar tones, baseball, and all things on the fringe. He is an advocate for love and reconciliation across boundaries of faith and non-faith. He agrees with Vonnegut that you can see all kinds of things from the edge that you can’t see from the center. Although...sometimes it helps to be centered out on the edge as well.

Co-Curator - Sarah Thomas Sarah is working toward her Masters of Divinity at Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley. She is especially interested in the interplay of tradition and innovation, as well as liturgy and life. Although she is in the ordination process of the Episcopal Church, she is excited about opportunities for people to connect across denominations and backgrounds. In addition to collaborating with the Way Collective, she is a spiritual director, wife, and mother of three daughters. Her interests include theatre, poetry, singing, reading, and anything outdoors.

Co-Curator - Sarah Thomas

Sarah is working toward her Masters of Divinity at Church Divinity School of the Pacific in Berkeley. She is especially interested in the interplay of tradition and innovation, as well as liturgy and life. Although she is in the ordination process of the Episcopal Church, she is excited about opportunities for people to connect across denominations and backgrounds. In addition to collaborating with the Way Collective, she is a spiritual director, wife, and mother of three daughters. Her interests include theatre, poetry, singing, reading, and anything outdoors.