This course seeks to build a familiarity with the richness of the worshipping heritage within the Reformed Tradition, and to understand present trends and realities in the light of what has gone before. It also seeks to build creative agility in adapting this tradition for the present realities of congregational life within the PCANZ. Worship is the transformative meeting place between God and people, yet is so often a flashpoint for disagreement and disunity within congregations. This course will seek to develop the ability to lead worship that has depth and breadth enough for God’s people to worship together.

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This course is taught by Rev Malcolm Gordon and Rev Dr Mark Johnston