The objectives of this course are to enable students to articulate a theology of worship, the Biblical basis for the elements of worship, the classic arguments for exclusive psalmody and a cappella praise, and to understand the responsibilities for leading the people of God in public corporate worship in the church.
Those taking the class for credit will read Dennis J. Prutow, Public Worship 101 plus other selected readings, which are available online and will also accompany the class outlines and handouts.
In addition, each student taking the class for credit will do four separate interviews with his pastor to discuss worship services, wedding services, funeral services, and the sacraments and write reports on these interviews.
There will be a final exam.
For further information, please download the class brochure here.
Complete the application form and submit it to the address indicated on the form by February 26, 2018.
Note: Please DOWNLOAD the application form first before completing it.