Forming Servant Leaders in Christian Worship Renewal
Hearing Afresh: The Christian Resonances of Music in Worship and Culturewith Dr. Jeremy Begbie
Semesters begin prior to the on-campus visit and continue after. Contact the admissions office for details.
The August 2019 Edition of Anamnesis: The IWS Newsletter.
Learn from the best worship faculty in the world, without leaving your context. Pursue the projects that are right for your own ministry.
Our students come from around the globe and from dozens of traditions. Come worship with the nations. Learn from your colleagues. Be stretched—and strengthened.
“The road to the future runs through the past,” wrote Robert E. Webber. Our ancient-future posture will prepare you for that road.
Learn how to connect your people with the Gospel story more powerfully week by week through the renewal of worship, then apply what you learn in your ministry.
Darrell Harris, Nancy Nethercott, andWalter Brown presented a series on Soul Care for the June 2019 on-campus intensive. Here is the audio and video.
Photos from the Gordon Smith Seminar Event weekend, June 2019
IWS Commencement, June 16, 2019
The IWS Bibliography has been updated for the June 2019 on-campus intensive, thanks to the hard work of IWS Bibliographer Dr. Mark Torgerson.
All recent additions to the bibliography are identified just after the table… Read more
Rev. Dr. Gordon T. Smith, President of Ambrose University, preached on the Trinity at the 18th Commencement Service of the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies.
Worship is not for the unbeliever, but for the believer.
Dr. James R. Hart, President of IWS, spoke on the process of catechesis and the related rites of worship at the June 2019 Presidential Address.
Dr. Dinelle Frankland, Academic Dean, preached on 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 at the June 2019 Opening Convocation.
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