P545 Sacred Space, Time, and Liturgical Imagination

While the Holy Spirit is never confined to the walls of a church building or a particular hour during the week, Christian worship assumes the possibility of a space and time set apart for the people of God to gather. In this course, we consider theologies of space and time that help to shape liturgical imagination. We discuss practical challenges and implications of leading Christian communities, where time is often experienced as scarce and spaces are contested. These questions are explored through texts, discussions, and ethnographic explorations of worshipping communities in the Atlanta area.

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