The course focuses on learning the practices and poise needed for presiding at a eucharistic worship service and being able adapt these practices to their contexts. (Includes video content) Learners will find it difficult to take this course without previously studying Worship I: Introduction to Liturgical Theology and Worship II: Resources and Planning.
This course examines the resources available for planning worship in the Anglican and Lutheran tradition, and explores constructing a worship service from beginning to end, including readings, hymnody, and prayers. Learners will find it difficult to take this course without previously studying Worship I: Introduction to Liturgical Theology.
This course explores the structure of an Evangelical Lutheran Worship (ELW) Eucharistic service and a Book of Alternative Services (BAS) Eucharistic service with a brief introduction to seasons of the church, resources used, and “central things” of Lutheran and Anglican worship.