Tag: Reece Friesen

Help us get the word out!

While we have a fantastic line-up of speakers, workshops, and vendors lined up for 2022, what really makes Doxacon Seattle special is the unique mix of people who attend: Christians from all backgrounds and traditions, from Eastern Orthodox to Evangelical; old-school geeks and trending pop culture fans; readers, gamers, cosplayers, collectors; and people who transcend …

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Happy Thanksgiving!

The planning team at Doxacon Seattle wishes you a happy Thanksgiving, and hopes that you have much to be thankful for. We certainly find ourselves grateful for many things. First off, we’re grateful that we have a convention to look forward to! The past couple years have been especially hard on events like Doxacon Seattle, …

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2022 Artwork by Reece Friesen!

You might have noticed the new banners on our website and Facebook pages. These are based on the new artwork for Doxacon Seattle 2022 done by our good friend Reece Friesen! He was good enough to work with us to put our theme, “Is This the Way? Duty and Morality”, into a visual form. Here …

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Doxacon Seattle 2021 Schedule!

It’s almost here! We have finalized our schedule (see below; all times are PST) and are looking forward to seeing you all on Saturday! 8:00am – Akathist (morning prayer) with Fr. Steven Clark 8:45am – Clergy Keynote: Fr Augustine Hilander, OP & Fr Marcin Szymanski, OP 10:00am – Hopepunk Theology: Revs Paul Schneider & Mindi …

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Doxacon Seattle 2021: Speakers and Sessions!

It’s been a bit since our last post here — the holidays have been a little more tumultuous than expected this year. But we have a great slate of speakers and sessions lined up for Doxacon Seattle, and we’re excited to introduce them to you! You already know our keynote speakers: Clerical Keynotes Fr. Marcin …

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Artwork reveal and Call for Submissions!

Doxacon Seattle

We can’t let a pandemic hold us back! We’re hosting Doxacon Seattle 2021: Prophecy and Prediction online through Zoom this year. Tickets will be at a reduced price (because tech is cheaper than a room and food), and we’ll send you details soon. And we’re looking for presenters. See below for our Call for Submissions! …

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