February 4th, 10-3pm at St. John’s, Midland
During her preparation for her D.Min. in Preaching, the Rev. Canon Dr. Tracie Little, Canon to the Ordinary serving Eastern Michigan, developed the Barrier-Pivot-Passage model for preaching for spiritual formation within a congregation that had identified a restlessness and readiness to deepen their spirituality. The preaching project that unfolded at St. Jude’s, Fenton during that time revealed that this model can help listeners connect the pattern of Barrier-Pivot-Passage in scripture to their own spiritual lives, having an impact on their participation with God’s ongoing work in the world.
This workshop will help participants craft sermons that move congregations focused on cognitive learning from a head experience into an engagement with the heart, leading to a growing awareness of their own response to God.
This event, which will take place on Saturday, February 4th from 10-3pm, is offered for all clergy and licensed lay preachers serving in Eastern and Western Michigan.
**This event was rescheduled from its original date in September. Those that had registered and paid for the September event will automatically be transferred to this new date. If you are unable to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will issue a refund. Thank you! **
Please contact the Rev. Canon Dr. Tracie Little with any questions – email@example.com.
St. John’s Episcopal Church
405 N. Saginaw Road
This event is open to all clergy and licensed lay preachers in Eastern and Western Michigan. The cost to participate has been subsidized to $10 per person, which includes lunch.
Please register by the end of the day, January 29th.