The Liturgists Podcast is a chart-topping, genre-bending exploration of faith, science, and art for the spiritually homeless and frustrated. It attracts a diverse listenership of believers and skeptics including denomination Christians, atheists, and religiously unaffiliated. The show hosts a global, safe discussion about what it means to be a follower of Christ in the 21st century.

Following successful gatherings in Atlanta and London, that "space" is going on the road via The Liturgists Gathering. This conference is a safe place to have honest discussions about doubts, hopes, fears, and faith. A place where no question is off limits, but you can find a burgeoning community of people who will welcome you with all your strangeness.  A place where the unlikely gather around a table and find a place to belong.

The Liturgists Gathering is hosted by Science Mike, Lisa Gungor, Michael Gungor (and often a surprise guest or two). The format is a combination of musical presentation, guided meditation, teachings, and interactive science experiments that guide attendees on a journey to see how modern science, soaring art, and the Christian tradition inform life.

It's a highly interactive event, with ample time for Q&A and audience interaction–many attendees find the most value from meeting the other people at the event. At The Liturgist Gathering lasting friendships form, and people find out they aren't as alone in their journey of faith as they thought.


Michael Gungor

Michael Gungor is one half of Gungor, and is a co-host of The Liturgists Podcast. Michael is a Grammy nominated musician and composer who lives in Los Angeles, California.  He leads the musical collective Gungor with his wife Lisa Gungor and is a co-founder of 'The Liturgists' with Mike McHargue ('Science Mike'). 

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Mike McHargue

Mike McHargue is a Christian turned atheist turned follower of Jesus, and these days people call him “Science Mike.” Mike found God again, but not through apologetics or theology. Instead, it was cosmology and neurology that opened Mike’s eyes to the reality of a Creator. Mike also hosts Ask Science Mike, a weekly podcast addressing the tough questions that bubble out of the intersection of science and faith and writes weekly on his blog at He is also the co-host of The Liturgists. 

To learn more about Mike, please click here.