The Book of acts in Easter worship
Join Princeton Theological Seminary faculty and students in Scottsdale, Arizona for a short-term course devoted to exploring the Book of Acts in Easter Worship.
With the leadership of Martin Tel, the C. F. Seabrook Director of Music, and Eric D. Barreto, the Frederick and Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament, participants will consider how key passages from Acts can shape a series of worship services from Easter to Pentecost. The group will explore how these passages touch on key public issues such as immigration, racial justice, and the environment, with attention given to Latinx theological perspectives and bilingual worship resources.
Depart having outlined a sermon series based on Acts for the Easter season, including bilingual (Spanish/English) selections for congregational singing. Learning will take place in the classroom, church, city, and the beautiful nearby mountains.
The course is offered in partnership with the Fran Park Center for Faith and Life, a program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church in Scottsdale, Arizona.