Course Memo

Utilizing both classroom and practicum work, this two-semester course will immerse students in the exploration of histories, theologies, and contexts of Lutheran worship in local and global expressions; preparation of worship for weekly seminary chapel services; development of working theologies of baptism, communion, and worship; engagement with ritual care practices and services for life passages; and embodiment of postures, gestures, rubrics, and contents in order to find and develop their own worship leadership style.  Evaluation will be based on participation, worship preparation, and written assignments. Meets Mondays, 9:40 - 11:40 am. [Prerequisite: LS-2225 Living Worship A. 20 max enrollment]