Phillips Seminary Presents Carrie Newcomer in a Free Concert Jan. 25

Phillips Theological Seminary announces an uplifting and inspiring musical evening with the renowned singer-songwriter Carrie Newcomer as part of our annual event, Remind & Renew. This year’s theme, “Charting New Terrain: Mapping Ministry in a Changed World,” aims to explore new perspectives in ministry and community engagement.

“We are excited to have Carrie Newcomer, an accomplished recording artist, performer, and educator, join us for this special occasion,” said Kurt Gwartney, senior director of communications at Phillips. “Carrie’s music resonates with depth and compassion, and her presence is a testament to the power of storytelling through song.”

Event Details:

  • Date: January 25, 2024
  • Time: 7 p.m.
  • Location: Harvard Avenue Christian Church, 5502 S Harvard E Ave, Tulsa, OK 74135
  • Admission: Free (Tickets available online)

In addition to her concert, Newcomer will lead a special workshop, titled “Telling Our Story in Song,” during the Remind & Renew conference, which runs from Jan. 24-26. This workshop is a must-attend for anyone interested in exploring the intersection of music, narrative, and spirituality. (Workshop attendance requires registration and a fee. CLICK TO REGISTER)

Don’t miss this opportunity to join us for an evening of soulful music and community. Tickets for the concert are free and can be obtained online. Church congregations and individuals alike are invited to be part of this enriching experience.

For more information and to reserve your tickets online, please visit to

We look forward to an evening of memorable music and meaningful conversation with Carrie Newcomer on Jan. 25.

About Remind & Renew:

Remind & Renew is an annual event focused on exploring contemporary issues in ministry and spiritual practice. Through workshops, discussions, and musical events, we aim to provide a space for learning, reflection, and community building.

About Carrie Newcomer:

Carrie Newcomer is a celebrated songwriter, recording artist, performer, and educator known for her poignant lyrics and engaging performances. Her work reflects a deep understanding of storytelling through music, making her an influential voice in contemporary spiritual and community dialogues. LEARN MORE


For more information, please contact:

Kurt Gwartney, Sr. Director of Communications