Event Title

Ecclesial and Existential Liturgy as Narrative Embodiment

Location

Heritage Room 267, Harre Union, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN

Start Date

9-4-2013 11:15 AM

End Date

9-4-2013 12:15 PM

Description

We live as embodied creatures whose lives are storied by a vast array of competing narratives. In this presentation we will explore the purposeful rhythm between the ecclesial liturgy enacted within congregational gatherings and the existential liturgy enacted in daily life.

About the Presenter

Rev. Tony Cook is assistant professor of practical theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Tony teaches in the area of education, pastoral theology, pastoral leadership, and postmodern studies including courses on preaching in a postmodern age and emerging Christianity. Tony also studies the growth of emerging Christianity in and around London. Tony serves as the Associate Dean of Curriculum and Instruction. He is currently a doctoral candidate at St. Louis University and is writing his dissertation on the perceived spiritual impact of seminary training on second-year seminary students. He has been married to his wife Elizabeth for 23 years and has a 16 year-old son, Ben.

 
Apr 9th, 11:15 AM Apr 9th, 12:15 PM

Ecclesial and Existential Liturgy as Narrative Embodiment

Heritage Room 267, Harre Union, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN

We live as embodied creatures whose lives are storied by a vast array of competing narratives. In this presentation we will explore the purposeful rhythm between the ecclesial liturgy enacted within congregational gatherings and the existential liturgy enacted in daily life.