Organists, singers and clergy are invited to join Church Music Dublin for Living Worship 2015. This year’s series, which takes place over three consecutive Saturday’s in January, will explore new musical resources in the context of worship. The sessions will take place in the Mageough Hall, Cowper Road, Rathmines, from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm on January
17, 24 and 31.
Living Worship is a course for church musicians, clergy and others involved in parish worship. It has been held since
2006 and explores the interface between music and other aspects of what happens in church Sunday by Sunday.
The 2015 series will take place against the backdrop of Thanks and Praise, the forthcoming supplement to Church Hymnal which will be published in May.
Material from Thanks and Praise will be used each week and participants will gai
n a useful overview.
The first session on Saturday January 17
will be led by the Revd Adrienne Galligan (pictured), Rector of Crumlin and Chapelizod and who will be Rector of Rathfarnham,
with Jacqueline Mullen providing musical assistance. They will focus on the Service of the Word with hymns and songs from Thanks and Praise.
On Saturday January 24, the Very Revd Gerald Field, Dean of Cashel Cathedral …read more
Read the full article here: http://dublin.anglican.org/news/2015/01/Living-worship-2015-Implementing-Thanks-and-Praise