The Cathedral Institute, All Saints Cathedral, Milwaukee, and the Episcopal Preaching Foundation are partnering to host a preaching workshop in the Fall. The workshop addresses The New Media Landscape: A New Context for Preaching. Hosted by the DeKoven Center, Racine, Wisconsin, this 2-day workshop will examine how electronic media are being used to prepare for, present, and share the preaching event. The program will include small preaching groups, each led by a trained moderator; and participants are asked to bring a sermon that they have delivered, or are working on, for the preaching groups.
Peter Wild, Executive Director of EPF has announced the co-chairs and faculty for the workshop. Co-chairing the Conference are The Rev. Dr. Brent Norris and the Rev. Dr. Stephen Smith. Norris teaches preaching in the Diocese of Western North Carolina Deacon’s Training Program, serves as the Diocesan Ecumenical Officer and teaches for the EPF’s Preaching Excellence Program. Smith is Rector of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church - Dublin, Ohio and has published extensively on preaching.
The Faculty is made up of distinguished scholars and practitioners in the field of Homiletics and communication. They will examine a range of topics, including preaching and the new media, embodying the Word, and the spirituality of preaching. The faculty members are,
For more information contact the Director of the Cathedral Institute, the Very Rev. Steven A. Peay, Ph.D. at Steven.Peay@ascathedral.org.
Originally posted 11/28/2018. Updated 4/15/2019.