Danish / Scottish conversations on Liturgy – Monday 18 – Wednesday 20 September 2017 A weeWONDERBOX event
Denmark is a predominantly Lutheran nation, Scotland, a predominantly Calvinist one, in terms of their respective Christian heritage. There are distinctive spiritual streams, but each in practice, incorporates other significant influences.
So in this year, marking 500 years since the Reformation, a group of Danes are coming – not as invaders, but ecumenical partners – to discuss with people from various Scottish churches matters pertaining to Church Music, Scripture and the practice of Baptism.
You are warmly invited to be part of this unique event. We hope it might interest you.
The Conference will be led by John Bell, Jo Love and Graham Maule of the Wild Goose Resource Group; aided by Tine Illum, Søren Andresen (liturgical workers with Liturgy Alive/ Værkstedet GudstjenesteLIV), Janne Mark (musician, more info) from the Danish Lutheran Church; and Kelvin Holdsworth, provost of St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral in Glasgow.
Three Streams will be held in The Ground, the event space of the Iona Community’s Glasgow Base at 21 Carlton Court, Glasgow G5 9JP (a 5 minute walk from Central Station; and a 2 minute walk from Bridge Street Underground).
Participants can come for one, two or all three days. Lunch will be provided on Monday & Tuesday.
Evening events/ entertainments are free to daily participants; they are open to those not attending during the day and tickets are available on the door.
This Conference is part of the Iona Community & Wild Goose Resource Group’s 2017-18 weeWONDERBOX programme, www.wildgoose.scot/weewonderbox
Registration is required for Monday/ Tuesday and Whole Conference daytime attendance to allow us to ensure the necessary level of lunch provision. Tickets will be available on the door for the Janne Mark concert on Monday and the Ceilidh on Tuesday evenings.
To book/ reserve a place, please contact WGRG/ Wild Goose Resource Group at email@example.com or phone 0141 429 7281.
More details: Where Three Streams Meet FLYER A4