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Thursday, January 2
 

8:30am PST

Pre-Meeting Roman Catholic
Morning prayer will be offered beginning at 8:30. Please note our start time is 30 minutes earlier than other pre-meetings.

Speakers

Thursday January 2, 2020 8:30am - 3:00pm PST
Capitol North

9:00am PST

Pre-Meeting United Methodist

Thursday January 2, 2020 9:00am - 3:00pm PST
Georgia 11

9:00am PST

Pre-Meeting Lutheran
Speakers

Thursday January 2, 2020 9:00am - 3:30pm PST
Georgia 5/6

9:30am PST

Pre-Meeting Episcopal/Anglican
Speakers

Thursday January 2, 2020 9:30am - 3:00pm PST
Georgia 2/3

11:00am PST

Pre-Meeting Free Church
Speakers

Thursday January 2, 2020 11:00am - 3:00pm PST
Savannah 3

11:00am PST

1:00pm PST

Emerging Scholars Pre-Meeting

Thursday January 2, 2020 1:00pm - 3:00pm PST
Georgia 10

2:30pm PST

Seminar Convener Meeting
All seminar conveners meet with our president and delegate for seminars for a review of the work of conveners in the academy and matters specific to this session.

Speakers
avatar for Bruce Morrill

Bruce Morrill

President
avatar for Lisa Weaver

Lisa Weaver

Delegate for Seminars


Thursday January 2, 2020 2:30pm - 3:30pm PST
Georgia 4

3:00pm PST

Orientation for First-Time Visitors
First-time visitors receive an orientation to the Academy from the Vice-President and Past-President. Stay for a reception with returning visitors, conveners, and NAAL officers.


Thursday January 2, 2020 3:00pm - 3:30pm PST
Atlanta 1/2

3:00pm PST

Exhibits Open
Thursday January 2, 2020 3:00pm - 8:00pm PST
Georgia Pre-Function

3:30pm PST

5:00pm PST

Dinner (on your own)
Thursday January 2, 2020 5:00pm - 7:00pm PST
Your Choice

7:00pm PST

Opening Rite
Thursday January 2, 2020 7:00pm - 7:30pm PST
Capitol North

7:30pm PST

Introduction of Candidates for Membership and for Office
Speakers
avatar for Kim Belcher

Kim Belcher

Candidate for Delegate for Seminars
Kimberly Hope Belcher teaches liturgical studies at the University of Notre Dame. She serves on the United States Methodist-Catholic and Episcopal-Catholic ecumenical dialogue teams as well as the Calvin Institute for Christian Worship Vital Worship Grants board. She convenes the... Read More →
avatar for Rebecca Spurrier

Rebecca Spurrier

Candidate for Delegate for Seminars
Rebecca F. Spurrier, PhD, is Associate Dean for Worship Life and Assistant Professor of Worship at Columbia Theological Seminary. She is interested in a theology and practice of public worship that reflects the beauty and tension human difference brings to Christian liturgy. Engaging... Read More →
avatar for Nathaniel Marx

Nathaniel Marx

Candidate for Treasurer
Nathaniel Marx is Assistant Professor of Sacramental and Liturgical Theology at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. He holds a PhD in liturgical studies from the University of Notre Dame and an MA in social sciences from the University of Chicago. His book, Authentic Liturgy... Read More →
avatar for Geoffrey Moore

Geoffrey Moore

Candidate for Treasurer
Rev Geoffrey C Moore, OSL, Ph.D. candidate (ABD) [he/him/his]. Moore serves as Lead Pastor at St Stephen United Methodist (Mesquite, Texas) and as an Adjunct Professor at Perkins School of Theology and the Perkins Regional Course of Study School. Moore’s publications include “Eucharistic... Read More →
avatar for Nicholas Denysenko

Nicholas Denysenko

Candidate for Vice President
Nicholas Denysenko serves as Emil and Elfriede Jochum Professor and Chair at Valparaiso University. He previously taught at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles (2010-2017). Denysenko is a graduate of the University of Minnesota (B.S. in Business, 1994), St. Vladimir’s Orthodox... Read More →
avatar for Todd Johnson

Todd Johnson

Candidate for Vice President
Todd E. Johnson (Ph.D, University of Notre Dame) holds the Brehm Chair of Worship, Theology, and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary where he developed Fuller’s doctoral program in Christian Worship. Todd previously held faculty positions at North Park Theological Seminary (Dean... Read More →
avatar for Christina Condyles

Christina Condyles

Candidate for Membership
Christina Condyles is an editor at Liturgy Training Publications, where she develops print resources and presents workshops to dioceses and parishes on a variety of liturgical and sacramental topics. She is also a doctoral candidate in Liturgical Studies/Sacramental Theology at the... Read More →
avatar for Cory Dixon

Cory Dixon

Candidate for Membership
Cory Dixon received a B.A. in philosophy and religious studies from UCLA (2002), an A.M. in divinity from the University of Chicago (2004), and a Ph.D. in systematic theology (with a focus in sacramental theology) from the Catholic University of America (2017).  He has two papers... Read More →
avatar for Timothy Gabrielli

Timothy Gabrielli

Candidate for Membership
Timothy R. Gabrielli received the Ph.D. in theology at the University of Dayton in 2014. After six years on the theology faculty at Seton Hill University, he now serves as Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions at the University of Dayton. Gabrielli’s research stands at... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Haggh-Huglo

Barbara Haggh-Huglo

Candidate for Membership
Barbara Haggh-Huglo, Professor of Music (Musicology) at the University of Maryland, College Park, has published widely on sacred music and music in towns and at courts before 1500. She edited chanted saints offices for St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Hilary of Poitiers and is about... Read More →
RH

Ronald Harbor

Candidate for Membership
avatar for Liborius Lumma

Liborius Lumma

Candidate for Membership
As requested, here is my short bio:Liborius Olaf Lumma, Dr. theol., Roman Catholic. Assistant professor for Liturgical Studies at University of Innsbruck (Austria). Member of the Ecumenical Commission of the Austrian Catholic Bishops‘ Conference and the Austrian Council of Churches... Read More →
avatar for James Marriott

James Marriott

Candidate for Membership
avatar for Pekka Rehumäki

Pekka Rehumäki

Candidate for Membership
CV for Rev. Dr. Pekka Rehumäkib. February 7 1952 in Ypäjä, FinlandLiving in Oulu FinlandAddress: Vesipääskyntie 6, 90540 Oulu, Finlandtel. +358 44 5747 128pekka.rehumaki@gmail.comMarried 1979 to Marjut, née PiriläFour adult children, six grandchildrenOrdained Lutheran pastor... Read More →
avatar for Noel Snyder

Noel Snyder

Candidate for Membership
Rev. Dr. Noel Snyder has a BA (music and philosophy) from Hope College, as well as an MDiv and PhD (preaching and the arts) from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is an ordained teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and has served in parish and campus ministries before... Read More →
avatar for Liz Valle-Ruiz

Liz Valle-Ruiz

Candidate for Membership
Rev. Lis Valle-Ruiz is Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Worship and Director of Community Worship Life at McCormick Theological Seminary. She earned her PhD in Homiletics and Liturgics from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, where she also studied gender and sexuality. Her... Read More →
avatar for Khalia Williams

Khalia Williams

Candidate for Membership
Rev. Khalia J. Williams, Ph.D. is the Assistant Dean of Worship and Music, and Co-Director of the Baptist Studies Program at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. As an ordained minister, she holds a doctorate in Liturgical Studies from Graduate Theological Union, where her... Read More →
avatar for Chelsea Yarborough

Chelsea Yarborough

Candidate for Membership
Chelsea Brooke Yarborough is a native of Baltimore, MD. She received her Bachelor's degree from Elon University (2012) and her Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University School of Divinity (2015).  Currently, Chelsea is pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Homiletics and Liturgics... Read More →


Thursday January 2, 2020 7:30pm - 7:45pm PST
Capitol North

7:45pm PST

8:45pm PST

 
Friday, January 3
 

8:00am PST

Registration
Friday January 3, 2020 8:00am - 10:00am PST
Capitol Registration

8:30am PST

Seminar - Advent Project
The goal of the seminar is to work ecumenically for the expansion of the season from four to seven weeks. This seminar seeks to collect, collate or produce, and provide appropriate Advent worship and homiletic resources for clergy, church musicians, and congregations; also to author as well as solicit scholarship that will support and interpret this proposal for liturgical renewal.

NOTE: On Friday morning beginning at 8:30, we meet with Ecology and Liturgy in Georgia 2. 
We will meet with Liturgical Music in Capitol North on Friday at 2:15 p.m. 
Our "regular room" on Saturday is Conference Room 121.



Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Conference Room 121

8:30am PST

Seminar - Christian Initiation
Our seminar asks questions that stand at the intersection of a classic ordo for Christian Initiation and the ongoing formation of the church. What is the vision for the church inherent within these rites? How is that intention both supported and resisted by the church? What historical sources inform us?



Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 4

8:30am PST

Seminar - Critical Theories and Liturgical Studies
In our 2020 meeting, the Critical Theories and Liturgical Studies Seminar will focus on the themes raised in Anthony Pinn’s The End of God-Talk (Oxford University Press, 2012). In addition to papers and discussions inspired by Pinn’s text, we will also discuss the current challenges for liturgical studies. The seminar will conclude with sessions devoted to the presentations of work-in-progress by seminar members and visitors.

Note: We meet with Liturgical Hermeneutics in Georgia 8 on Saturday morning, 8:30-10:15. 

Speakers

Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Conference Room 125

8:30am PST

Seminar - Ecology and Liturgy
This seminar aims to explore the multiple ways in which ecological consciousness/practices and liturgical consciousness/practices intersect and contextualize each other, and to develop articles/resources on this topic for the use by scholars and practitioners of worship.

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 2

8:30am PST

Seminar - Environment and Art
The Environment and Art Seminar Group takes its work into the field visiting a variety of worship spaces in the locale of each national meeting. During these visits the members discuss the various spaces as to their suitability for active participation in worship. In addition, members also make slide presentations and occasionally present papers for discussion.

Proposed topics this year include a prospectus of current research on "The Religious Architecture of the Second American Revolution/Founding" from Tim Parker, and “Liturgical Media Art in Liturgies for Hard Times: Insights from Experimenting with Photography as Environmental Liturgical Art“ from Eileen Crowley.




Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 14

8:30am PST

Seminar - Eucharistic Prayer and Theology
This  seminar is a scholarly application of the lex orandi, lex credendi axiom. It devotes its sessions to the study of both the classical Eucharistic Prayers and to the new Eucharistic Prayers of modern or relatively modern national, ethnic or church groups. The studies, based on papers written by members of the group, or on Eucharistic Prayers written or selected by them, have alternatively a literary and a theological focus, depending on the nature of the work being discussed.

Speakers

Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 1

8:30am PST

Seminar - Exploring Contemporary and Alternative Worship
The members of and visitors to this seminar track developments in “contemporary” worship (seeker services, praise-and-worship services, convergence worship, and “traditional” services that “blend” in elements from these other kinds of services). We research particular faith communities’ worship, as well as the history of and general trends in worship and music styles, liturgical art, architecture, and seminary education for those preparing to become worship leaders in these worship settings, Protestant and Catholic. Members and visitors also addressed “alternative worship” as it has developed in locally specific ways in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, US and Korea and other locations, particularly in response to marginalization and changes in technology. 

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 5

8:30am PST

Seminar - Feminist Studies in Liturgy
The Feminist Studies in Liturgy Seminar examines existing and new liturgies from a feminist perspective and invites participants to explore new metaphors and new styles of liturgical expression and leadership.  Our commitment to inclusiveness leads us to consider not only texts but also gesture, environment, music and all aspects of embodied worship.  Our studies include the connections among formal worship, the academy and the larger society.

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 13

8:30am PST

Seminar - Formation for Liturgical Prayer
Note: The seminar joins the Christian Initiation seminar on Friday only. 
On Saturday our meeting place is Conference Room 129.


Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 2

8:30am PST

Seminar - Issues in Medieval Liturgy
The Issues in Medieval Liturgy Seminar devotes itself to the scholarly study of liturgical and devotional life in the Middle Ages. The time period stretches from the late patristic through the renaissance/reformation. The group is interested in any prayer activity of the period which includes both liturgical and devotional. Two sorts of presentations are encouraged: finished papers awaiting publication and works in progress which will benefit from the work in seminar.

Note: We meet with Liturgical Music on Saturday from 11-12:30 in Capitol North. 

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 3

8:30am PST

Seminar - Liturgical Hermeneutics
The intent of this group is to engage in critical exploration of how we know what liturgical celebrations mean, with a view to learning how liturgy might better work to build a spiritually renewed community. Toward that end, the group will review current understandings of how liturgy means, with attention to pertinent pastoral projects.

Note: Critical Theories joins this seminar Saturday 8:30-10:15 am. 

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 8

8:30am PST

Seminar - Liturgical Language
The Liturgical Language Seminar attends to issues of the language of worship by examining liturgical texts, considering scholarly essays, and discussing ideas and issues related to liturgical language. We welcome guest presenters and occasional participants, as well as Academy visitors and regular members. We occasionally meet jointly with another seminar, and sometimes we sing. We also strive to maintain a seminar group of a manageable size to encourage full and active participation by all. 

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 11

8:30am PST

Seminar - Liturgical Music
The Liturgical Music Seminar devotes its sessions to discussion of liturgy and ritual music 1) through papers by members of the group, 2) around issues, projects and studies about music in rites, and 3) by examining new and emerging resources, e.g., hymn collections and musical settings for liturgy.

Two other groups will join us throughout our time together. The Advent Project will be with us Friday at 2:15 p.m. Issues in Medieval Liturgy will meet will us Saturday 11 am - 12:30 p.m. 



Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Capitol North

8:30am PST

Seminar - Liturgical Theology
This seminar explores a wide range of topics and issues in the field of liturgical theology, with attention to theology of liturgy (theological reflection on particular worship practices), theology informed by liturgy (liturgy as a source for theological reflection), and doxological theology (theology oriented toward worship). Our sessions include discussion of papers and discussion of a book read in common.

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 7

8:30am PST

8:30am PST

Seminar - Liturgy and Culture
The Liturgy and Culture Seminar probes both the cultural context of North American worship practices and the relationship of worship and culture in a variety of cultures outside of North America, drawing on works in liturgical theology, history, cultural theory, music and the arts, and several related disciplines.

Note: We will be joined by Modern History of Worship on Friday afternoon, and by Word and Worship from 8:30-10:15 on Saturday. 

Speakers
avatar for Nathaniel Marx

Nathaniel Marx

Candidate for Treasurer
Nathaniel Marx is Assistant Professor of Sacramental and Liturgical Theology at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. He holds a PhD in liturgical studies from the University of Notre Dame and an MA in social sciences from the University of Chicago. His book, Authentic Liturgy... Read More →



Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 10

8:30am PST

Seminar - Modern History of Worship
The work of the Modern History of Worship Seminar focuses on analyzing the history, theology, and practice of worship from the 16th century to the present with an emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches and methods and practical application for the church today. The work of the Modern History of Worship Seminar is interdisciplinary in nature as we analyze liturgies and liturgical issues from the 16th century to the present with an emphasis on practical application for the church and the world today.

Note: We will meet with Liturgy and Culture in Georgia 10 for both of the Friday afternoon sessions. 



Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 12

8:30am PST

Seminar - Problems in the Early History of Liturgy
Our mission is to study issues in Christian and Jewish liturgical history through the early centuries of the Common Era.

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 9

8:30am PST

Seminar - Queering Liturgy
Participants in the Queering Liturgy seminar share work at the intersection of LGBTQ religious studies, queer theory and liturgical studies. We seek to discern and develop the ways in which queer sensibilities shape and transform the theological performance of faith communities within the context of worship. Our work includes: criticism and/or deconstruction of normative traditions, especially in regards to gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, ability, class and their intersections; analysis of received liturgical theologies, practices and traditions with a "queer eye;" construction of liturgical theologies and practices based on the generative insights of queer theory; and the revision and creation of ritual practices in light of the particularities of LGBTQ lives.

The seminar will not meet on Saturday. We will meet on the pre-meeting day from 4-6:30 at Fandlangles in the Sheraton as well as on Friday at the scheduled times in our conference room (127). Friday evening dinner and discussion at Watershed, 1820 Peachtree NW. See attached schedule and contact Scott Haldeman for final details: shaldeman@ctschicago.edu.

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Conference Room 127

8:30am PST

Seminar - Seminar on the Way
This seminar focuses on the specific issues about  Eucharist, church, and ministry identified in the ELCA/USCCB document "Declaration on the Way," issues that concern the potential achievement of Lutheran/Roman Catholic full communion. The seminar is open to all members of the Academy, and its work will proceed from the conviction that these issues, especially as they affect liturgical practice,rightly concern all Christians.

For 2020, we anticipate the following presentations at this time, not necessarily in this order:

1. A joint statement in progress from Jim Puglisi and Gordon Lathrop with remarks from John Baldovin and Tom Schattauer.

2. A recent piece from Gordon on liturgical ecclesiology. (Note also his book, Holy People)

3. Martin Seltz on how the Joint Declaration on Justification can impact our work in the seminar.

4. Tim Brunk – preliminary questions on eucharistic sharing

5. Ben Durheim on eucharistic sharing

6. Neil Alexander and/or Ruth Meyers with some reflections from an Anglican/Episcopal point of view.




Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Georgia 6

8:30am PST

Seminar - The Word in Worship
The work of The Word in Worship is located at the intersection of preaching and worship. The mission or purpose of the seminar is to investigate and interpret for the church and the academy the conjunction or overlap of the proclaimed word and the content of the liturgy in which proclamation occurs. This is based on an understanding of or belief in the liturgical nature of the proclaimed word in worship.

Speakers


Friday January 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
Conference Room 123

10:15am PST

Plenary -- Buses Board TO MLK Sites
Friday January 3, 2020 10:15am - 10:30am PST
Outside hotel

10:30am PST

1:30pm PST

1:45pm PST

Free Time and Exhibits
Friday January 3, 2020 1:45pm - 2:15pm PST
Georgia Pre-Function

2:15pm PST

Seminars (continued)
The seminars continue. See Friday, 10:30 am session for details on each seminar.

Friday January 3, 2020 2:15pm - 3:45pm PST
See Friday 8:30 a.m. Seminar notes for locations.

3:45pm PST

Coffee Break and Networking
Friday January 3, 2020 3:45pm - 4:30pm PST
Georgia Pre-Function

4:30pm PST

Seminars (continued)
The seminars continue. See Friday, 10:30 am session for details on each seminar.

Friday January 3, 2020 4:30pm - 6:00pm PST
See Friday 8:30 a.m. Seminar notes for locations.

6:00pm PST

Dinner - Free Evening
Friday January 3, 2020 6:00pm - Saturday January 4, 2020 12:00am PST
Your Choice
 
Saturday, January 4
 

8:00am PST

Morning Prayer -- UMC Tradition
Saturday January 4, 2020 8:00am - 8:20am PST
Capitol North

8:30am PST

Seminars (continued)
The seminars continue. See Friday, 10:30 am session for details on each seminar.

Saturday January 4, 2020 8:30am - 10:15am PST
See Friday 8:30 a.m. Seminar notes for locations.

10:15am PST

Coffee Break and Networking
Saturday January 4, 2020 10:15am - 11:00am PST
Georgia Pre-Function

11:00am PST

Seminars (continued)
The seminars continue. See Friday, 10:30 am session for details on each seminar.

Saturday January 4, 2020 11:00am - 12:30pm PST
See Friday 8:30 a.m. Seminar notes for locations.

12:30pm PST

Lunch (on your own)
Saturday January 4, 2020 12:30pm - 2:00pm PST
Your Choice

12:30pm PST

12:30pm PST

Sidebar - Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee
Speakers

Saturday January 4, 2020 12:30pm - 2:00pm PST
Georgia 9

12:30pm PST

12:30pm PST

2:00pm PST

4:00pm PST

Business Meeting
The Business Meeting is open only to members and visitors who are being voted into membership.

Speakers
avatar for Kim Belcher

Kim Belcher

Candidate for Delegate for Seminars
Kimberly Hope Belcher teaches liturgical studies at the University of Notre Dame. She serves on the United States Methodist-Catholic and Episcopal-Catholic ecumenical dialogue teams as well as the Calvin Institute for Christian Worship Vital Worship Grants board. She convenes the... Read More →
avatar for Rebecca Spurrier

Rebecca Spurrier

Candidate for Delegate for Seminars
Rebecca F. Spurrier, PhD, is Associate Dean for Worship Life and Assistant Professor of Worship at Columbia Theological Seminary. She is interested in a theology and practice of public worship that reflects the beauty and tension human difference brings to Christian liturgy. Engaging... Read More →
avatar for Nathaniel Marx

Nathaniel Marx

Candidate for Treasurer
Nathaniel Marx is Assistant Professor of Sacramental and Liturgical Theology at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology. He holds a PhD in liturgical studies from the University of Notre Dame and an MA in social sciences from the University of Chicago. His book, Authentic Liturgy... Read More →
avatar for Geoffrey Moore

Geoffrey Moore

Candidate for Treasurer
Rev Geoffrey C Moore, OSL, Ph.D. candidate (ABD) [he/him/his]. Moore serves as Lead Pastor at St Stephen United Methodist (Mesquite, Texas) and as an Adjunct Professor at Perkins School of Theology and the Perkins Regional Course of Study School. Moore’s publications include “Eucharistic... Read More →
avatar for Nicholas Denysenko

Nicholas Denysenko

Candidate for Vice President
Nicholas Denysenko serves as Emil and Elfriede Jochum Professor and Chair at Valparaiso University. He previously taught at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles (2010-2017). Denysenko is a graduate of the University of Minnesota (B.S. in Business, 1994), St. Vladimir’s Orthodox... Read More →
avatar for Todd Johnson

Todd Johnson

Candidate for Vice President
Todd E. Johnson (Ph.D, University of Notre Dame) holds the Brehm Chair of Worship, Theology, and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary where he developed Fuller’s doctoral program in Christian Worship. Todd previously held faculty positions at North Park Theological Seminary (Dean... Read More →
avatar for Christina Condyles

Christina Condyles

Candidate for Membership
Christina Condyles is an editor at Liturgy Training Publications, where she develops print resources and presents workshops to dioceses and parishes on a variety of liturgical and sacramental topics. She is also a doctoral candidate in Liturgical Studies/Sacramental Theology at the... Read More →
avatar for Cory Dixon

Cory Dixon

Candidate for Membership
Cory Dixon received a B.A. in philosophy and religious studies from UCLA (2002), an A.M. in divinity from the University of Chicago (2004), and a Ph.D. in systematic theology (with a focus in sacramental theology) from the Catholic University of America (2017).  He has two papers... Read More →
avatar for Timothy Gabrielli

Timothy Gabrielli

Candidate for Membership
Timothy R. Gabrielli received the Ph.D. in theology at the University of Dayton in 2014. After six years on the theology faculty at Seton Hill University, he now serves as Gudorf Chair in Catholic Intellectual Traditions at the University of Dayton. Gabrielli’s research stands at... Read More →
avatar for Barbara Haggh-Huglo

Barbara Haggh-Huglo

Candidate for Membership
Barbara Haggh-Huglo, Professor of Music (Musicology) at the University of Maryland, College Park, has published widely on sacred music and music in towns and at courts before 1500. She edited chanted saints offices for St Elizabeth of Hungary and St Hilary of Poitiers and is about... Read More →
RH

Ronald Harbor

Candidate for Membership
avatar for Liborius Lumma

Liborius Lumma

Candidate for Membership
As requested, here is my short bio:Liborius Olaf Lumma, Dr. theol., Roman Catholic. Assistant professor for Liturgical Studies at University of Innsbruck (Austria). Member of the Ecumenical Commission of the Austrian Catholic Bishops‘ Conference and the Austrian Council of Churches... Read More →
avatar for James Marriott

James Marriott

Candidate for Membership
avatar for Pekka Rehumäki

Pekka Rehumäki

Candidate for Membership
CV for Rev. Dr. Pekka Rehumäkib. February 7 1952 in Ypäjä, FinlandLiving in Oulu FinlandAddress: Vesipääskyntie 6, 90540 Oulu, Finlandtel. +358 44 5747 128pekka.rehumaki@gmail.comMarried 1979 to Marjut, née PiriläFour adult children, six grandchildrenOrdained Lutheran pastor... Read More →
avatar for Noel Snyder

Noel Snyder

Candidate for Membership
Rev. Dr. Noel Snyder has a BA (music and philosophy) from Hope College, as well as an MDiv and PhD (preaching and the arts) from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is an ordained teaching elder in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and has served in parish and campus ministries before... Read More →
avatar for Liz Valle-Ruiz

Liz Valle-Ruiz

Candidate for Membership
Rev. Lis Valle-Ruiz is Assistant Professor of Homiletics and Worship and Director of Community Worship Life at McCormick Theological Seminary. She earned her PhD in Homiletics and Liturgics from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, where she also studied gender and sexuality. Her... Read More →
avatar for Khalia Williams

Khalia Williams

Candidate for Membership
Rev. Khalia J. Williams, Ph.D. is the Assistant Dean of Worship and Music, and Co-Director of the Baptist Studies Program at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. As an ordained minister, she holds a doctorate in Liturgical Studies from Graduate Theological Union, where her... Read More →
avatar for Chelsea Yarborough

Chelsea Yarborough

Candidate for Membership
Chelsea Brooke Yarborough is a native of Baltimore, MD. She received her Bachelor's degree from Elon University (2012) and her Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University School of Divinity (2015).  Currently, Chelsea is pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Homiletics and Liturgics... Read More →



Saturday January 4, 2020 4:00pm - 5:00pm PST
Capitol North

5:00pm PST

5:45pm PST

Pre-Banquet Reception-- Cash Bar
Reception with cash bar

Saturday January 4, 2020 5:45pm - 6:35pm PST
Capitol Pre-Function

6:35pm PST

Havdalah Prayer
A brief, family-centered service that marks the end of the Sabbath and welcomes the new week. (in Hebrew, with English translation)

Saturday January 4, 2020 6:35pm - 6:45pm PST
Georgia Pre-Function

6:45pm PST

 
Sunday, January 5
 

12:00am PST

Fill out Meeting Survey
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See you January 7-10, 2021 in Seattle!

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Sunday January 5, 2020 12:00am - 11:30pm PST
Your Choice

9:00am PST

Local Worship
Sunday January 5, 2020 9:00am - 12:00pm PST
Your Choice