GENERAL SYNOD COMMUNICATIONS
The Anglican Church of Canada and Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) will hold a national worship conference in Edmonton, July 20-23, 2014.
The theme “Weaving Strands: Liturgy for Living” illustrates the cooperative nature of the conference, which promises to weave together Anglican with Lutheran, liturgy with music, and worship with everyday life.
The 2014 conference will bring together presenters and participants from across North America to explore diverse styles of worship. Featuring internationally acclaimed musician Dr. David Cherwien and widely-respected liturgy scholar Dr. Ruth Meyers, it is a unique opportunity for musicians and liturgists to share and network ideas and resources. The conference welcomes participation by clergy and laity who seek to build up the life of the Christian community through worship.
“We’re presenting some of the best, most exciting work happening in our church,” says the Ven. Dr. Chris Pappas, Anglican co-chair. “The strand that’s weaving us together is a passion for Christ.”
Register before June 15 for the early bird rate. Also available are special rates for students and congregational groups registering multiple members at one time.
For more information or to register online, please visit www.nationalworshipconference.org.
Anglican Church of Canada, News from General Synod, April 9, 2014