Reformed Worship and Polity is a lecture and discussion based intensive course for students preparing for ministry in Reformed ecclesial contexts. Students examine key biblical passages and their interpretations in the Reformed tradition as they bear on liturgy, ecclesiology and church governance. Students will also read classic writings that illustrate the development of Reformed understandings of worship and polity. Upon completion of the course students will be better equipped to engage in the tasks of pastoral care, team leadership and the construction of a Reformed worship service.
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