Clergy and lay leaders are invited to join us, along with the Rev. Dr. Nathan Jennings, as he presents the relationship of liturgy to reality and we unpack its concrete implications in our lives as Episcopalians.
We know that liturgy does good things. It gives us an identifiable form of worship, a distinct identity. It prevents «cult-of-personality» leadership and can form genuine human community.
But is there more? How does liturgy put us in touch with the most truly real? How does it reveal the truth about God, the world, and ourselves? And how might realizing this affect planning — even reformation — of the liturgies we inherit?
$20/$15 for students
Dr. Jennings is the author of the recent Liturgy and Theology: Economy and Reality (Wipf and Stock 2017) and is Associate Professor of Liturgics and Anglican Studies and Director of Community Worship at Seminary of the Southwest in Austin.