2011 Liturgical Workshop JULY 18 – 22
A practical workshop for worship leaders who want to enhance their liturgical skills by learning worship in the Anglican tradition. (not for credit: CEU’s only)
Taste, See, & Learn:
– To use the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, 1982 Hymnal and other resources in planning and leading worship in an Episcopal/Anglican parish.
– To understand the vocabulary of Anglican worship
– To understand the theology of the Book of Common Prayer as both catholic and evangelical
– To appropriate the history and piety of Episcopal/Anglican worship, both Anglo-Catholic and Evangelical, traditional and modern.
Taught by the Rev. Dr. Arnold W. KlukasProfessor of Liturgics and Ascetical TheologyVicar of St. Mary the Virgin Chapel at Nashotah House. Fr. Klukas is a graduate of Yale Divinity School (M.Div., 1972) & the University of Pittsburgh (Ph.D., 1978).
Monday, July 18– Assumptions & Principles of the 1979 BCP- The Ethos of Rites I & II- The Liturgical Year as a planning tool
Tuesday, July 19– Liturgical Vesture, Furnishings, Space & Art- Liturgical Gesture, Movement & Devotions- Hands-on Practice
Wednesday, July 20 – The Daily Office: Planning & Performance- Weekday Eucharist: Planning & Performance- Sunday Eucharist: Planning & Performance
Thursday, July 21– Proper Liturgies for Holy Day- Baptism & Confirmation- Unction, Last Rites, Healing & Visitation
Friday, July 22– Marriage- Funeral & Burial