Check out this cool worship space - I took these photos this morning at Promiseland. They meet in a second floor space on Market Street. Huge open beams - a fair amount of steel. The windows over the street are gorgeous!
I spoke at a pastors' meeting here this morning on behalf of The Call.
After the meeting, Michael Broduer - the pastor - took me downstairs to a street level bistro where we ate lunch with none other than Kevin Kelly, Wired Magazine's founding editor and current maverick-in-chief.
Kevin is currently is writing a graphic novel on the nephilum. An hour's conversation with this dude made my brain hurt, but it was a fun hurt. It was funny how Kevin was the person who originally connected me with Michael, but I'd never met him in person until today.
From lunch, we scooted back to the JHOP-SF house on Haight Street, where we found this spiffy bus/bug combo parked out back. You do not see these in KC.
Our final stop of the day were the corporate offices of Burning Man to see Andie Grace, who gave us an expanded tour of the expanded digs. Their offices have grown considerably since my last visit. She sent me home with a DVD of an art project called the ship of fools. We met the builder years back and I look forward to hearing his story again.
I'll be glad to be home tomorrow. Meanwhile, I leave you with one last photo from the Burning Man parking lot.