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London bible college hosts lecture series on worship

UK and US-based specialists will be leading four evening lectures on worship at London School of Theology from 7 November ...

Lectures in Worship Studies, a series of four lectures over four evenings in November and December, will be open to the public at London School of Theology in Northwood, Middlesex.

The college's Music and Worship Department is behind the initiative, offering two hours of high quality teaching and insight from key specialists including Dr Graham Kendrick and Rev Dr Maggi Dawn.

Each lecture costs £10 or you have the option of signing up and pre-paying for all four at a discounted rate of £25. The lectures can be taken along with an assessment for academic credit.

DATES AND TOPICS

7 November (7pm-9pm): The Holy Spirit & Worship: Global Pentecostal Case Studies - Rev Dr Mark Cartledge, Professor of Practical Theology, Regent University.

17 November (7pm-9pm): Better Words, Fewer of Them: The Power of Language in a Word-Drowned Society - Rev Dr Maggi Dawn, Associate Dean & Associate Professor of Theology & Literature, Yale Divinity School & Yale Institute of Sacred Music

21 November (7pm-9pm): Worship and the World to Come: Forming Christian Hope Through the Optimism of Progress and Pessimism of Mass Destruction - Rev Glenn Packiam, Pastor, Songwriter and Scholar, New Life Church, Colorado

1 December (7pm-9pm): It's Only A Song: Worship and the Power of Language, Lyric and Memory - Dr Graham Kendrick, Songwriter and Artist, Make Way Music

TO BOOK

Contact Rachel at music@lst.ac.uk or call 01923 456220 for more information and to reserve your place, or visit www.lst.ac.uk/worship.

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