Leading Prayer in Worship – Online Study, Fall 2022
Over past years, leadership in worship has expanded to include those who are not ordained—with lay people reading scripture, offering prayers, sharing announcements, and preaching. In some ways this trend was accelerated during the pandemic. Online services often saw many new voices added in the leading of worship, and participating in new ways.
This six-week study will support and equip non-ordained leaders in the practice of leading in prayer. We will explore the content of various types of prayers, and consider the structure of worship and how our presence and movements contribute to worship and prayer. Registration for this study requires active participation, including weekly assignments for the six week period.
STUDY OUTLINE AVAILABLE SOON.
FOR REGISTRATION, SEE BELOW
Praying in Worship
Principal Roland De Vries
Wednesday Evenings, 7:00-8:15 p.m
October 12-November 2 and then
November 29 and December 7.
The cost for participation in the study is $145 per participants. There is a cap of 15 participants for this study.
The Rev. Dr. Roland De Vries was appointed as Principal of The Presbyterian College in June of 2021. Prior to this he served as Director of Pastoral Studies at the College and has formerly served in pastoral ministry at Kensington and Westminster, Presbyterian congregations in Montreal. Dr. De Vries’ academic work has focused on theological ethics, friendship, forgiveness, and sexual/gender identity.
For information on registering a congregational study group, click here.