An ecumenical workshop on the three great days of Holy Week that commemorate the Last Supper, betrayal, passion, death, and resurrection of
Jesus. The course will begin with examination of the historical and theological roots of Christian worship related to the passion and resurrection.
Learning about current practices in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Lutheran, Anglican, and Free Church traditions, students and faculty will engage in conversation about the relationship between history, theology, and Christian formation in communities' liturgical life. Topics will also include scripture, preaching, music, and art. Lecture will be given by various GTU faculty members and doctoral students in liturgical studies. Students will be responsible for and evaluated on: 1)assigned readings, 2) participation in classroom and online discussion, 3) a written final project of 5-7 pages. Intended for M.Div., MA, MTS.F32