The Garden at Hutchmoot: Homebound


The arts go far beyond words, melodies, and paintings. For instance, the art of gardening comprises much of what it means to faithfully cultivate God’s creation as bearers of his image—in Tolkien’s words, to “make still by the law in which we’re made.” One of our favorite parts of last year’s Hutchmoot: Homebound, then, was the garden, where we got to explore these themes in relation to the tangible tending and keeping of living things. This year, we’re excited to welcome to the garden Julie Witmer, Andrew Peterson, and Lanier Ivester.

Rabbit Room Members, Guess What!

We’ll have some fun, special Hutchmoot content for members again this year! As for what it is? You’ll just have to wait—or become a member—to find out.

If you want to learn more about what membership means you can read about it on the blog or on our Become a Member page.

Still Accepting Sponsorships for Hutchmoot: Homebound 2021

Hutchmoot: Homebound is only possible because of our sponsors. If you’ve been positively impacted by Hutchmoot or believe in the work we do here, consider becoming a sponsor.

Hutchmoot: Homebound will take place digitally October 8-10. Sign up to join us at

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