Moravian liturgies, are they rich and grounding? old and boring? mumbled repetitions? Creative? stagnant? Depending on who I am with and how they are spoken, the liturgies can seem like any of the above.
We will begin by exploring the histories and content of our liturgies and consider what liturgies may need updating or reworking. Finally, we will work together to see how we might address these needs. Possibly creating new liturgies
Your leader Riddick Weber is the Associate Professor the Practice of Ministry at Moravian theology Seminary. Since 2010 he taught courses related to Moravian worship, including how to work within Moravian Liturgical traditions. As part of this he has written and adapted liturgies and hymns. He also conducts research on the Moravian Church particularly related to liturgical practice and the role of women in leadership. Riddick also has a deep appreciation for classic rock, particularly the music of the British invasion, and offers workshops and presentations on the spiritual themes found in this music.
Riddick is blessed by his wife Jane and her three daughters and by his three sons.