Featuring Dr. Becca Whitla, Professor of Practical Ministry and Lydia E. Gruchy Chair in Pastoral Theology


Wednesday, March 1

7:00 – 9:00 pm

Wine and Cheese Reception to Follow


This event will also be livestreamed


Dr. Whitla explores what it means to liberate liturgy in today’s contexts.  Drawing from the experience of several communities, she proposes that churches that want to fully embrace the multilingual, multiethnic, multicultural realities of the Canadian context need to examine and transform what goes on at church on a Sunday morning.  Using a couple of case studies – singing and territorial acknowledgements – she proposes some initial principles for liberating and decolonizing how we worship.  There will even be a couple of changes to sing and dance.  Please join us for some min-winter warmth and conversation!!!


Please register for in-person and livestream options by emailing [email protected] by February 22.


Donations are invited to support the Lydia E. Gruchy Chair in Pastoral Theology.