Preaching Workshop: Preaching as Performative Art

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Brentview Baptist Church
3512 Charleswood Drive NW
Calgary, AB
Canada
Add to Calendar 10/24/2018 09:30 am 10/24/2018 02:30 pm America/Edmonton Preaching Workshop: Preaching as Performative Art

Barrett Hileman Ambrose Arts Divisional Chair
Join Us for a One-Day Workshop with Barrett Hileman, Director, Ambrose Arts

Dispelling performance myths about the preaching arts and relieving performance fears (or helping you to preach through them), this workshop introduces a number of traditional acting techniques to help preachers effectively communicate their messages. Beginning with a discussion that defines the differences and similarities between acting and preaching, the course will help identify key areas in which preachers often habitually and unintentionally sabotage their own ability to communicate. Participants will be led through lectures and a series of hands-on exercises designed to help them understand how they can use their instrument (body, voice, mind, emotions) to reach their listeners. Learners should wear comfortable clothes that one can move in and bring along a short excerpt (2-3 minutes) of a sermon to share with the class. 

Register by October 9 for Earlybird Rate of $69. Price includes lunch; $79 after. 

Sign up today

Can be taken for 1-credit ($420). Contact registrar@ambrose.edu

Brentview Baptist Church
3512 Charleswood Drive NW
Calgary, AB
Canada

Barrett Hileman Ambrose Arts Divisional Chair
Join Us for a One-Day Workshop with Barrett Hileman, Director, Ambrose Arts

Dispelling performance myths about the preaching arts and relieving performance fears (or helping you to preach through them), this workshop introduces a number of traditional acting techniques to help preachers effectively communicate their messages. Beginning with a discussion that defines the differences and similarities between acting and preaching, the course will help identify key areas in which preachers often habitually and unintentionally sabotage their own ability to communicate. Participants will be led through lectures and a series of hands-on exercises designed to help them understand how they can use their instrument (body, voice, mind, emotions) to reach their listeners. Learners should wear comfortable clothes that one can move in and bring along a short excerpt (2-3 minutes) of a sermon to share with the class. 

Register by October 9 for Earlybird Rate of $69. Price includes lunch; $79 after. 

Sign up today

Can be taken for 1-credit ($420). Contact registrar@ambrose.edu