Share |

2008 Calendar of Events

How to List an Upcoming Event

To have your upcoming eventconsidered for inclusion in Reformed Worship and on our website, pleasesend your information in the format shown below to info@reformedworship.org by the following dates:

RW 88 (June issue): deadline February 15, 2008
RW 89 (September issue): deadline May 20, 2008
RW 90 (December issue): deadline August 20, 2008

We reserve the right to edit submissions that are accepted for publication.

2008 Calendar of Events

March 31-April 2: Liturgy and the Public Square, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana

Drawing on theological and especially Eucharistic implications within the church’s liturgy, the 2008 Institute will address the relationships between the church’s worship and its ongoing public life. For more information visit www.valpo.edu/ils, call 219-464-5309, or e-mail ils@valpo.edu.

April 1-3: Transforming Culture: A Vision for the Church and the Arts, Austin, Texas

This symposium brings together pastors, church leaders, and artists to discuss the Church’s relation to the arts and to artists. Join us for a stimulating and refreshing two-day conversation exploring ways to encourage a more theologically informed, biblically grounded, liturgically sensitive, artistically alive, and missionally shrewd vision for the Church and the arts. Speakers include Eugene Peterson, Jeremy Begbie, Barbara Nicolosi, Andy Crouch, David Taylor, and John Witvliet. For more information, visit http://www.transformingculture.org.

June 13-14: Choristers Guild Directors’ Enrichment Conference, Asheville, North Carolina

Led by Vicki Hancock Wright, the theme of this conference is “The Enjoyment of Working with Children’s Choirs.” For more information call 1-800-246-7478, e-mail registrar@mailcg.org, or visit www.choristersguild.org.

June 15-20 and June 22-27: Christ Be Our Light: Advent Through Epiphany, Montreat, North Carolina

One of three summer worship and music conferences organized by the Presbyterian Association of Musicians. The two weeks are identical. For more information visit www.pcusa.org/pam; call 1-888-728-7228, ext. 5288; or e-mail pam@ctr.pcusa.org.

June 23-27: Imaginative Reading for Creative Preaching, Snow Mountain Ranch, Colorado

Calvin Theological Seminary President Neal Plantinga is taking his hugely popular and successful seminar “Imaginative Reading for Creative Preaching” to beautiful Snow Mountain Ranch in Colorado, allowing participants’ families to come along to enjoy the spectacular scenery and the family-oriented programs offered by the YMCA of the Rockies. This seminar is sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Preaching.

July 6-11: God’s Love Shattering the Darkness: Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania

One of three summer worship and music conferences organized by the Presbyterian Association of Musicians. For more information visit www.pcusa.org/pam; call 1-888-728-7228, ext. 5288; or e-mail pam@ctr.pcusa.org.

July 17-19: Song, Silence, and Sacrament: Giving Voice to All Our Sighs, Little Rock, Arkansas

One of three summer worship and music conferences organized by the Presbyterian Association of Musicians. For more information visit www.pcusa.org/pam; call 1-888-728-7228, ext. 5288; or e-mail pam@ctr.pcusa.org.

July 21-25, 2008: Conference on Worship, Theology, and the Arts, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota

The theme for this conference is “Fling Wide the Gates.” For more information visit www.stolaf.edu/events/cwta, e-mail kvanbeck@stolaf.edu, or call 1-507-786-8254.

July 25-16: Choristers Guild Directors’ Enrichment Conference, Northfield, Minnesota

Led by Vicki Hancock Wright, the theme of this conference is “The Enjoyment of Working with Children’s Choirs.” For more information call 1-800-246-7478, e-mail registrar@mailcg.org, or visit www.choristersguild.org.