Monday, March 28, 2011

Gottesdienst Chicago: May 3, 2011

In recent years the expansion of Gottesdienst has included not only Gottesdienst Online, but appearances of some of our editors at various venues around the Midwest to speak in person about the matters liturgical and the liturgical topics that matter.

We’ve made appearances in Kewanee, Illinois; Ravenna, Nebraska; Fort Wayne, Indiana; St. Louis, and Kansas City.

Next up: Chicago


Tuesday, May 3rd at Saint Paul Lutheran Church (9035 Grant, Brookfield, Illinois). This is a one-day conference on preaching and liturgy:

8:30-9:00 am registration/coffee donuts/Holy Absolution available

9:00 am Matins

9:40 am Welcome

9:45-10:45 amThe Allegorical Meaning Redeemed” -Fr David Petersen

11:00 Holy Mass

12:15 Lunch

1:30 – 2:30 The Lutheran Confessions: Descriptive or Prescriptive?” -Fr Larry Beane

2:30 – 3:30 Panel discussion: Responding to the adiaphorists -The Gottesdienst editors

3:30 pm Vespers

4:00 pm Gem├╝tlichkeit

Registration: $12 (Payable to Gottesdienst, c/o St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church, 109 S. Elm Street
Kewanee, IL 61443
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Recommended Lodging: The Best Westerns in either Westmont or Countryside, IL.


4 comments:

  1. Will there be another event like this on a different date?

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  2. As far as I know, our next planned event is Oktoberfest in Kewanee, IL, on the usual dates: Columbus Day weekend (Sunday-Tuesday).

    If you have a suggestion for another city, please let us know!

    +HRC

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  3. I thought Confession came before Holy Absolution, but apparently it is Coffee/Donuts and then Absolution. You crazy Gottesdienst guys! I hope that makes it into your next book.

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  4. Rev Anderson -- the Gottesdienst editors have taken it to heart, having heard it from both synodical and seminary publications, that unhealthy living is, in fact, a sin. Thus the scheduling.

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