Notes

Conferences

Authentic Worship in a Changing World

A one-day leadership training seminar led by Robert Webber in his continuing “Renew Your Worship!” series. Contact the Institute for Worship Studies, Box 894, Wheaton, IL 60189; 630-510-8905; fax 630-510-0601; website: www.members. aol.com/worshipweb

2001 Seminars
Rochester, MN, September 29
Kansas City, KS, October 6
Omaha, NE, October 13
Boulder, CO, October 20
Orlando, FL, October 27
Seattle, WA, November 10
Charleston, WV, December 1

Wheaton, IL, October 19-20
Fourth annual Church Pianists’ Institute at the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music. Contact: Janice Lanners, 630-752-5099; fax 630-752-5341; www.wheaton .edu/conservatory.

Lombard, IL, November 5-7, 2001
“Worship, Evangelism, & Nurture Mission of the Church.” Sponsored by the Institute of Worship Studies. Speakers include Marva Dawn, Stan Grenz, George Hunter, Greg Ogden, Contact: Sydney Westrate, Institute for Worship Studies, e-mail: sydneyarw@mail.msn.com

Fort Lauderdale, FL, January 2-6, 2001
27thth annual Church Music Explosion, including André Thomas, Lawrence Roff, Sir David Wilcocks, Todd Wilson. Contact: Daryll Miller, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, 5555 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308; phone 954-334-5170; e-mail DMiller@crpc.org.

Grand Rapids MI, January 11-12, 2002
Symposium on Worship and the Arts at Calvin College. Sponsored by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW), with Arthur Paul Boers, Michael Hawn, Sally Morgenthaler, Martin Tel, N. T. Wright, and many others. Contact: CICW, 3201 Burton St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546-4388; (616) 957-6088; fax (616) 957-7168; e-mail: worship@calvin.edu; web: www.calvin.edu/worship.

 

Announcing First RW Visual Arts Awards

RW 64 (June 2002) will be a theme issue all in color devoted to celebrating the gifts of those who have created visual arts for worship spaces. We invite artists to submit entries in any category of art that was created for use in worship spaces, including banners, paraments, bulletin covers, communion ware, stained glass, temporary installations, and furniture. You may submit up to three entries; a coordinated set (of paraments, for example) counts as one entry. Rules for entry:

• For each entry, submit three identical high-quality slides, each identified on the top of the slide with the name of the artist, title, date, medium, and dimensions.

• Submit three copies of the entry form for each slide submitted.

• All entries must be submitted (postmarked) by January 10, 2002.

• Send to Reformed Worship 2850 Kalamazoo Ave. SE, Grand Rapids MI 49560; attn. Visual Arts Awards

A team of judges will determine any awards.

All entries will be considered for inclusion in RW 64. At least three awards of $250 will be given.

Visual Arts Awards Entry Form
Title of Work:

Dimensions and medium (include material used):

Brief description, including liturgical purpose

Name of artist:

Address:

Phone:

Fax:

E-mail:

Background information on artist:

Name (of person submitting, if different)

Address (of person submitting):

Phone:

Fax:

E-mail:

CALVIN Symposium on Worship and the Arts

January 11-12,

piano • William Phemister, Wheaton College
organ • Martin Tel, Princeton Theological Seminary
children and worship • James Steele, Choristers Guild
visual art in worship • Karen Mulder, Christianity Today
preaching • Cleophus La Rue, Princeton Theological Seminary
theology of worship • N. T. Wright, Westminster Abbey, London
liturgical dance • Susan Bauer & Jennifer Koenig, St. Olaf College
congregational song • Michael Hawn, Perkins School of Theology
worship teams • Sally Morgenthaler, author of Worship and Evangelism
prayer & pastoral care • Arthur Boers, Mennonite Church (Ontario)

Plus contributions by 15 other presenters and Calvin College LOFT Worship Team.