Liturgical Time: The Cycle of Easter Life in Day, Week, and Year
The Rev. Dr. Walter Knowles
March 26 – May 18, 2012
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2012
“All times are his: the beginning and the end.” Christian time has its origin and goal in the mystery of Easter: the death and resurrection of Jesus, and our participation in life and time transformed by Christ. This course will explore the theology of time that undergirds the Great Vigil of Easter, and then see how that theology spirals out into the daily remembrance of our baptism, the week-by-week celebration of the resurrection, the seasons of the church year, and our yearly celebration of festivals and the lives of the saints. We will then explore ways of recapturing resurrection, sabbath, and festival in our own lives and the lives of our faith communities.
Walter Knowles studies, writes, and teaches in the intersection of the arts (particularly music), history, and liturgy. He earned his PhD in Liturgical Studies at the GTU in Berkeley, CA in 2009 and is Pastoral Associate and Minister of Music at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in San Francisco, CA. www.liturgicalstudies.org.
This course qualifies for the Advanced Anglican Series in the area of Worship/Spirituality. 2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available.
Register by March 10: $190
Register by March 22: $225
Check the Registration Page for groups whose members can receive the scholarship rate of $175 for this course.
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