Pre-registration for the workshop has closed.
We will accept walk-ins for the workshop at a fee of $25 (no lunch included).
The chapel service at 11:30 a.m. and the evening program at 6:00 p.m.
FREE -walk-ins are encouraged!
Saltsburg Worship Workshop
John L. Bell
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Chapel Service led by John Bell:
11:30 am – 12:30 p.m., Sweeney Chapel
Worship Workshop: 2 – 5 p.m. (registration 1:30 pm)
Evening Program: 6 – 8 p.m., Shelton Auditorium
“Liturgy: The Anatomy of Change”
Join John Bell in exploring liturgy and worship as opportunities to embrace change as the complex, emotional issue that it is. Scriptures and case studies will help us develop a deeper understanding of what happens in the face of transition and how faith and worship can enable us to experience change as a constructive force.
“Spirituality: The Imagination as a Resource for Faith”
John Bell explores imagination as a gift for people of all ages and cultures. Join us for this evening of relishing the imagination as an essential aid to creativity, a key to unlocking the scriptures, and a resource for creating effective pastoral and liturgical ministries.
Worship Workshop cost: $35, lunch included; $5 for CEU contact hours certificate; dinner will be available for an additional $10 each (by pre-registration) in the CTS Café.
Chapel Service and Evening Program are FREE & open to the general public
Registration deadline for Worship Workshop: January 31
CEU contact hours for Worship Workshop: 3
CEU contact hours for Evening Program: 2
CEU contact hours for both: 5
John L. Bell, a native of Kilmarnock, lives in Glasgow. Ordained by the Church of Scotland, he lectures, preaches and conducts seminars across the globe. He is a hymn writer and author but retains a primary passion for congregational song. He and the work he shares with his colleagues have been honored by the Royal School of Church Music, the Hymn Society in the US and Canada, and the University of Glasgow. John Bell is neither leader nor musical director of the Iona Community. He is simply a Wild Goose Resource Worker.