Traditional, contemporary, or renewed?
“Traditional” or “contemporary” worship? How about “renewed” worship?
Lexington Theological Seminary’s webinar workshop series for church leaders continues Sept. 6 with “Renewing Worship” by Dr. O. Wesley Allen, LTS Professor of Homiletics and Worship.
Many churches focus solely on the issue of musical tastes or liturgical styles in relation to worship. In this webinar, Dr. Allen will offer a different model to shape congregational conversations about the evaluation and renewal of worship, regardless of whether worship is “traditional” or “contemporary.” The webinar is oriented toward groups in a congregation involved in planning and leading worship, such as worship committees, worship teams, choirs, praise bands, staff, and laity.
The webinar is scheduled for 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Participants may attend online ($10) or on campus ($15). Gather a group at your church, go online, and let Dr. Allen kick-start a new conversation about how to serve God better in your worship services and how to make the service more meaningful and relevant for the community of faith.
Register online at https://www.lextheo.edu/2014/07/renewing-worship-dr-allen-september-6th/ You also may contact Dr. Bill Turner, Director of the D.Min. Program & Continuing Education at LTS, at (859) 280-1253 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Instructions for online participants will be sent upon your registration. Once you’ve paid the $10 fee, you are welcome to gather a group of church members or friends to join you at no extra cost.
“Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to learn and grow!” says Dr. Turner.
Webinar and workshops at Lexington Theological Seminary are made possible by a grant from the Oreon E. Scott Foundation in Indianapolis.
Lexington Theological Seminary is an accredited graduate theological institution of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Consistent with the Disciples’ historic commitment to Christian unity, the Seminary is intentionally ecumenical with students, faculty, staff and trustees of various denominations. The Seminary has been preparing leaders for the church since 1865. For more information, visit www.lextheo.edu.