What does it mean to be Anglican? The Anglican Heritage Workshop is a weeklong intensive introduction to Anglicanism as an ecclesial tradition, a theological inheritance, a way of worship and a worldview. Learn about the historical development of Anglicanism and its documentary tradition and learn how Anglicanism has contributed to various disciplines (e.g. liturgy, spirituality, biblical interpretation, etc.).
This workshop is facilitated by The Rev. Steven Peay, PhD., Associate Professor of Church History, with guest appearances by Nashotah House faculty in Biblical Studies, Theology, Liturgics and Ascetical Theology.
The Liturgical Workshop is a weeklong intensive that is designed to help vocational and lay leaders appropriate the history and piety of Episcopal/Anglican worship in its diverse forms. Participants will increase their vocabulary in Anglican worship and understand the theology of the Book of Common Prayer as both catholic and evangelical.
Some topics to be covered in the week long intensive include: the Liturgical Year as a planning tool; liturgical gesture, movement & devotions; The Daily Office: Planning & Performance; Sunday Eucharist: Planning & Performance; and many more topics.
This workshop is led by The Rev. Arnold W. Klukas, PhD., Nashotah House Professor of Liturgics and Ascetical Theology, Vicar of the Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin.
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