October 17-18, 2017 – Burlingame, CA
January 16-17, 2018 – Princeton, NJ
May 8-9, 2018 – Princeton, NJ
Many women are disconnected from their voices – not their metaphorical Voices, but their physical voices. Join a small group of women to practice using your voice as the full-body instrument that it is. Led by Dr. Nancy Lammers Gross, participants will engage in breathing exercises and vocal work. This two-day workshop is designed for novices and experienced Christian preachers to come to terms with their bodies and learn to convey confidence and conviction.
Registration and Fees
The workshop will be offered three times, once off campus in Burlingame, CA and twice on campus in Princeton, NJ. The dates and registration fees are:
October 17-18, 2017 – Mercy Center, Burlingame CA – $199 commuter | $299 with lodging
January 16-17, 2018 – Princeton, NJ – $199 (lodging not included)
May 8-9, 2018 – Princeton, NJ – $199 (lodging not included)
Please read the registration and cancellation policy before registering.
Registration will begin at 4:00 pm on the first day of the workshop with programming beginning at 4:30 pm. The workshop will conclude by 4:00 pm the second day.
Nancy Lammers Gross is the Arthur Sarell Rudd Associate Professor of Speech Communication in Ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary. She earned both her MDiv and PhD from Princeton Seminary. She is a member of the Academy of Homiletics, the National Communication Association/Religious Communication Association, and numerous academic administration professional organizations. Her areas of teaching interest include speech communication, preaching, worship, and hermeneutics. An ordained Presbyterian minister, she has served churches in California and New Jersey. She also served for ten years on the Committee on Preparation for Ministry in the New Brunswick Presbytery, four of those years as co-moderator. She has been deeply involved in curriculum development at Palmer Theological Seminary (formerly Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary), in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, where she previously taught, and in ministry in local congregations.
Her forthcoming book is Women’s Voices and the Practice of Preaching.