Being and Doing as One Body
Perspectives on Catholic and Reformed Worship
Sunday, October 22, 2017 from 7:00PM to 8:30PM
Fourteenth Street Christian Reformed Church, 14 W. 14th St.
In the last fifty years ecumenism has made giant leaps toward mutual recognition and acceptance of Roman Catholicism and Reformed Protestantism, especially with respect to their respective worship traditions. What we have in common, especially with respect to Baptism and Eucharist/Lord’s Supper, can be a springboard for moving beyond what still separates us.
Speaker: Sister of the Precious Blood Joyce Ann Zimmerman, Ph.D., S.T.D., is director of the Institute for Liturgical Ministry in Dayton, Ohio; adjunct professor of liturgy at the Athenaeum of Ohio; a liturgical consultant; frequent speaker and facilitator of workshops on liturgy, spirituality, and other related topics. She serves on the Vital Worship Grants advisory board for the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. Her recent book is Worship with Gladness: Understanding Worship from the Heart.