Sounds of Heaven and Earth

We invite you to join London School of Theology at our one day conference for a timely and exciting opportunity to engage with scholars focusing on “Sounds of Heaven and Earth: Divine and Human Action in Christian Musical Worship”.

The programme will feature scholarly presentations viewing worship through diverse disciplines including liturgical history, biblical studies, theology, ethnography and musicology.

Our plenary session will feature Dr. John Witvliet (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame) who is director of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and Professor of Worship, Theology, & Congregational and Ministry Studies at Calvin College and Calvin Theological Seminary. He is the author of The Biblical Psalms in Christian Worship: A Brief Introduction and Guide to ResourcesWorship Seeking Understanding: Windows into Christian Practice, co-author of Proclaiming the Christmas Gospel: Ancient Sermons and Hymns for Contemporary Christian Inspiration, and co-editor of The Worship Sourcebook and Worship in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Change and Continuity in Religious Practice. He has also been a collaborator on several children’s books, songbooks, and worship resource collections.

Tickets cost £20, and £12 for student /unwaged/ LST Staff. Lunch is also included. Please inform us of any food allergies or restrictions when booking.

You can book your place here

Contact James Beattie at:, or 01923456220 for more information.

London School of Theology (LST) is an interdenominational, evangelical learning community with nearly 700 students in total, including students on four undergraduate BA programmes, a wide range of taught and research postgraduate programmes, and distance-learning programmes.

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