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presentation made at "equipping the saints" workshop, Princeton Seminary, January 21, 2012

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  • implications for teaching, preaching, worship etc.\n\nhistorically ... icons, stained glass, architecture, ritual, passion play, pageants\n\ndifficult for Presbyterians whose identity has been shaped by the printing press ... the WORD ... hymnody ... etc.\n\nDirectory for Worship\n“The ordering of worship should also reflect the richness of the cultural diversity in which the church ministers, as well as the local circumstances and needs of its congregations.” W-3.1003\n\nDays and Seasons ... experiential\n\n“The Word is also proclaimed through song in anthems and solos based on scriptural texts, in cantatas and oratorios which tell the biblical story, in psalms and canticles, and in hymns, spirituals, and spiritual songs which present the truth of the biblical faith. Song in worship may also express the response of the people to the Word read, sung, enacted, or proclaimed. Drama and dance, poetry and pageant, indeed, most other human art forms are also expressions through which the people of God have proclaimed and responded to the Word. Those entrusted with the proclamation of the Word through art forms should exercise care that the gospel is faithfully presented in ways through which the people of God may receive and respond.” W-2.2008\n\nWhat about the centrality of the Proclamation of the WORD in a time when IMAGE more central than word?\n\n\n
  • implications for teaching, preaching, worship etc.\n\nhistorically ... icons, stained glass, architecture, ritual, passion play, pageants\n\ndifficult for Presbyterians whose identity has been shaped by the printing press ... the WORD ... hymnody ... etc.\n\nDirectory for Worship\n“The ordering of worship should also reflect the richness of the cultural diversity in which the church ministers, as well as the local circumstances and needs of its congregations.” W-3.1003\n\nDays and Seasons ... experiential\n\n“The Word is also proclaimed through song in anthems and solos based on scriptural texts, in cantatas and oratorios which tell the biblical story, in psalms and canticles, and in hymns, spirituals, and spiritual songs which present the truth of the biblical faith. Song in worship may also express the response of the people to the Word read, sung, enacted, or proclaimed. Drama and dance, poetry and pageant, indeed, most other human art forms are also expressions through which the people of God have proclaimed and responded to the Word. Those entrusted with the proclamation of the Word through art forms should exercise care that the gospel is faithfully presented in ways through which the people of God may receive and respond.” W-2.2008\n\nWhat about the centrality of the Proclamation of the WORD in a time when IMAGE more central than word?\n\n\n
  • implications for teaching, preaching, worship etc.\n\nhistorically ... icons, stained glass, architecture, ritual, passion play, pageants\n\ndifficult for Presbyterians whose identity has been shaped by the printing press ... the WORD ... hymnody ... etc.\n\nDirectory for Worship\n“The ordering of worship should also reflect the richness of the cultural diversity in which the church ministers, as well as the local circumstances and needs of its congregations.” W-3.1003\n\nDays and Seasons ... experiential\n\n“The Word is also proclaimed through song in anthems and solos based on scriptural texts, in cantatas and oratorios which tell the biblical story, in psalms and canticles, and in hymns, spirituals, and spiritual songs which present the truth of the biblical faith. Song in worship may also express the response of the people to the Word read, sung, enacted, or proclaimed. Drama and dance, poetry and pageant, indeed, most other human art forms are also expressions through which the people of God have proclaimed and responded to the Word. Those entrusted with the proclamation of the Word through art forms should exercise care that the gospel is faithfully presented in ways through which the people of God may receive and respond.” W-2.2008\n\nWhat about the centrality of the Proclamation of the WORD in a time when IMAGE more central than word?\n\n\n
  • implications for teaching, preaching, worship etc.\n\nhistorically ... icons, stained glass, architecture, ritual, passion play, pageants\n\ndifficult for Presbyterians whose identity has been shaped by the printing press ... the WORD ... hymnody ... etc.\n\nDirectory for Worship\n“The ordering of worship should also reflect the richness of the cultural diversity in which the church ministers, as well as the local circumstances and needs of its congregations.” W-3.1003\n\nDays and Seasons ... experiential\n\n“The Word is also proclaimed through song in anthems and solos based on scriptural texts, in cantatas and oratorios which tell the biblical story, in psalms and canticles, and in hymns, spirituals, and spiritual songs which present the truth of the biblical faith. Song in worship may also express the response of the people to the Word read, sung, enacted, or proclaimed. Drama and dance, poetry and pageant, indeed, most other human art forms are also expressions through which the people of God have proclaimed and responded to the Word. Those entrusted with the proclamation of the Word through art forms should exercise care that the gospel is faithfully presented in ways through which the people of God may receive and respond.” W-2.2008\n\nWhat about the centrality of the Proclamation of the WORD in a time when IMAGE more central than word?\n\n\n
  • Where two or three are gathered ... community expression, corporate confession, sacraments\n\nCommittees ... Representation\n\nBaby-boomers “me” generation ... beyond that\nPermission Giving\n\nTeams\n\n\n
  • Where two or three are gathered ... community expression, corporate confession, sacraments\n\nCommittees ... Representation\n\nBaby-boomers “me” generation ... beyond that\nPermission Giving\n\nTeams\n\n\n
  • Where two or three are gathered ... community expression, corporate confession, sacraments\n\nCommittees ... Representation\n\nBaby-boomers “me” generation ... beyond that\nPermission Giving\n\nTeams\n\n\n
  • Where two or three are gathered ... community expression, corporate confession, sacraments\n\nCommittees ... Representation\n\nBaby-boomers “me” generation ... beyond that\nPermission Giving\n\nTeams\n\n\n
  • Where two or three are gathered ... community expression, corporate confession, sacraments\n\nCommittees ... Representation\n\nBaby-boomers “me” generation ... beyond that\nPermission Giving\n\nTeams\n\n\n
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  • changing church ... changing timesRev. Wendy S. BaileyRegional Presbyter, Monmouth & New Brunswick Presbyteries
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  • Choluteca River, Hondurasafter Hurricane Mitch (1998)
  • Emerging Cultural Trends“The bend of the road is not the end of the road unless you fail to make the curve.” Anonymous
  • Emerging Cultural Trends Word ➪ Image“The bend of the road is not the end of the road unless you fail to make the curve.” Anonymous
  • Emerging Cultural Trends Word ➪ Image Individual ➪ Community“The bend of the road is not the end of the road unless you fail to make the curve.” Anonymous
  • Emerging Cultural Trends Word ➪ Image Individual ➪ Community Objective Truth ➪ Subjective Truth“The bend of the road is not the end of the road unless you fail to make the curve.” Anonymous
  • Emerging Cultural Trends Word ➪ Image Individual ➪ Community Objective Truth ➪ Subjective Truth One Story ➪ Many Stories“The bend of the road is not the end of the road unless you fail to make the curve.” Anonymous
  • Image “’What is the use of a book,’ thought Alice, ‘without pictures or conversations!’.” Alice in Wonderland
  • ImageYouTube Culture “’What is the use of a book,’ thought Alice, ‘without pictures or conversations!’.” Alice in Wonderland
  • ImageYouTube CultureSequential vs.Simultaneous “’What is the use of a book,’ thought Alice, ‘without pictures or conversations!’.” Alice in Wonderland
  • ImageYouTube CultureSequential vs.SimultaneousSpectator vs.Participant “’What is the use of a book,’ thought Alice, ‘without pictures or conversations!’.” Alice in Wonderland
  • ImageYouTube CultureSequential vs.SimultaneousSpectator vs.ParticipantMulti-sensory “’What is the use of a book,’ thought Alice, ‘without pictures or conversations!’.” Alice in Wonderland
  • Community “The relations between objects is more important than the objects” Paul Cézanne, French painter
  • CommunityBeyond the “Me”Generation “The relations between objects is more important than the objects” Paul Cézanne, French painter
  • CommunityBeyond the “Me”GenerationWiki “The relations between objects is more important than the objects” Paul Cézanne, French painter
  • CommunityBeyond the “Me”GenerationWikiSocial Networking “The relations between objects is more important than the objects” Paul Cézanne, French painter
  • CommunityBeyond the “Me” GenerationWikiSocial Networking “The relations between objects is more important than the objects” Paul Cézanne, French painter
  • CommunityBeyond the “Me” GenerationWikiSocial NetworkingCollaboration “The relations between objects is more important than the objects” Paul Cézanne, French painter
  • CommunityBeyond the “Me” GenerationWikiSocial NetworkingCollaboration“The Wisdom of Crowds” “The relations between objects is more important than the objects” Paul Cézanne, French painter
  • Truth “Nothing is impossible for the man who will not listen to reason.” John Belushi, Animal House
  • Truth Trust before Truth “Nothing is impossible for the man who will not listen to reason.” John Belushi, Animal House
  • Truth Trust before Truth Experience over Explanation “Nothing is impossible for the man who will not listen to reason.” John Belushi, Animal House
  • Truth Trust before Truth Experience over Explanation Knowledge vs. Transformation “Nothing is impossible for the man who will not listen to reason.” John Belushi, Animal House
  • Truth Trust before Truth Experience over Explanation Knowledge vs. Transformation Authenticity “Nothing is impossible for the man who will not listen to reason.” John Belushi, Animal House
  • Whose Story? “We dont see things as they are, we see them as we are.” ~Anaïs Nin
  • Whose Story?Globalization “We dont see things as they are, we see them as we are.” ~Anaïs Nin
  • Whose Story?GlobalizationDiversity “We dont see things as they are, we see them as we are.” ~Anaïs Nin
  • Whose Story?GlobalizationDiversityMulticulturalism “We dont see things as they are, we see them as we are.” ~Anaïs Nin
  • Whose Story?GlobalizationDiversityMulticulturalismInclusivity “We dont see things as they are, we see them as we are.” ~Anaïs Nin
  • “In order to stay the same, a thing must change often.” John Henry Cardinal Newman
  • changing church ... changing timesRev. Wendy S. BaileyRegional Presbyter, Monmouth & New Brunswick Presbyteries