Dates: February 24-25 – March 10-11, 2017 (Saturdays 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Sundays 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.) Course meeting dates include required attendance at one or more specific lectures at the Search for Meaning Festival on February 24, 2018.
Location: Seattle University campus
To Register: Click here
Liturgies of Resistance will examine the link between Christian liturgies and social justice with focus on the ways the global community has responded to injustice through Eucharist, baptism, music, and preaching while assisting in preparing students to engage public conversation—regionally, nationally, and internationally. Special attention will be given to the historic narratives linking liturgy with public theology as resistance to injustice. Course content and practice will introduce students to contextual liturgies and how to design liturgies in response to major social moments.
Rev. Dr. Edward Donalson III is Director of Worship and Liturgy, and a professional development faculty at Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry. As an author, entrepreneur, thought coach, and multi-media personality, he has a heart for diversity and an ability to navigate across socioeconomic, educational, and ethnic spheres. Traveling nationally as a guest lecturer, workshop clinician, and preacher since 1996, he has a record of accomplishment in ministry excellence with integrity. Rev. Dr. Donalson has a Bachelor of Theology, a Master of Arts in Global Leadership, a Doctorate of Divinity, and a Doctorate of Ministry.
Rev. Dr. Donalson has authored seven books. He currently serves as Senior Pastor of Kingdom Family Worship Center International and spiritual covering for Koah International Kingdom Network. He is President and Founder of Logos Life Network and Leadership Institute, Co-founder of Koah International Enterprise, Founder and Host of The Gathering, Founder of Marketplace Institute of Empowerment, and Bishop of Operations for the P.U.R.E. Ministries International Fellowship Churches.
Questions about registration:
Questions about course content:
Rev. Dr. Edward Donalson, III