In our differing traditions and denominations preaching has developed in sometimes unique and interesting ways. What is a sermon in your tradition? Are sermons based on scripture – why or why not? What do you hope for when you listen to a sermon? What is a good process for sermon writing? What forms do sermons come in and why does it matter? What does your tradition think about prophetic preaching that engages community, social and political concerns?
Together this live online course will explore these historical and contemporary issues related to proclamation in worship.
This course will be taught by The Rev. Barbara J. Essex (an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ (UCC), author, consultant, and retreat and workshop facilitator).
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