The obsession with state-of-the-art facilities, complicated bureaucracy, and partisan political clout that defined Christianity for centuries is ill-equipped to minister in our emerging postmodern culture. We need a new vision.

The Pilgrim House is a resource center for that new vision, one defined by post-nationalist commitment to God’s commonwealth of shalom and post-denominational approaches to theological discovery and imagination. The Pilgrim House is a sacramental home for wanderers who believe that Jesus is giving us a vision of a new humanity much bigger than we realize.


Blog reflections on themes and books designed to promote deep thinking on important areas of Christian spirituality and liturgy


Podcasts on various themes and biblical stories designed to inspire the imagination


Online liturgies, written liturgical resources, and short videos to equip ritual-building and worship in your own context

The church is God saying: “I’m throwing a banquet, and all these mismatched, messed-up people are invited. Here, have some wine.”

Rachel Held Evans

About the Curator

The Pilgrim House is curated by independent scholar and pastor, Dr. Christopher J. Montgomery, O.S.L. He is a classically trained musician, an organizational leader, and a deep thinker on Christian worship and progressive Christian faith.

Read more about Christopher here.