|Christ Church Cathedral||Inn at Laurel Point||Morning events: Lutheran Church of the Cross||Christ Church Cathedral|
from Inn at Laurel Point to Church of the Cross 8:00am
Lizette Larson-Miller — "'We stand in solidarity with all people': religion in the public square"
|Plenary Session |
— "Have Mercy on Us: Learning from the long history of ritualizing against disaster"
|Plenary Session |
— "'Our hope is in Christ': Christian response to violence and disaster, with Christians and as Christians for others"
Church of the Cross to downtown
|Plenary session |
|Lunch 12:30pm||Lunch (on your own downtown)|
|Afternoon events: Inn at Laurel Point|
|Registration 3:00pm||Workshop A 1:30pm||Workshop B 2:00pm|
|Worship 3:00pm||Workshop C 3:30pm|
|Opening Worship 5:00pm |
Lizette Larson-Miller to preach
Includes conferral of Companion of the Worship Arts
More details to follow
|BBQ Social 6:30pm|
The Flow of Things
Monday, July 16
Registration will begin at Christ Church Cathedral in the afternoon followed by opening worship and an evening barbecue supper.
Worship Themes: Lament, dissonance, denial
Tuesday, July 17
Morning worship will be followed by a keynote presentation and workshops at the Inn at Laurel Point.
In the evening, the banquet of fine food will take place in the Terrace Ballroom, a beautiful oceanfront space with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Victoria harbour. A significant part of this great evening together will be the conferral ceremony for the 2018 recipients of the Companion of the Worship Arts.
The Companion of the Worship Arts is awarded every two years to one Lutheran and one Anglican recipient who has contributed substantially to the worship life of the Anglican Church of Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada and recognizing the recipients’ ongoing inspiration and encouragement to others, together with service to God through worship, spirituality, and the arts. The award is conferred by the Primate and National Bishop.
Worship Themes: Distress, movement, denial
The morning begins at Lutheran Church of the Cross followed by two more workshop opportunities and worship at the Inn at Laurel Point in the afternoon. A special event is planned for the evening.
Worship Themes: Ripping, outpouring
Thursday, July 19
The conference concludes with a keynote presentation and closing worship at Christ Church Cathedral.
Worship Themes: Naming, bargaining, calmness, solidarity