Register for January 28 webinar on “Celebrating the Church Year in Verse and Rhyme,” led by Barrie Shepherd Reply

BarrieShepherdIs there a poet hiding inside your soul? Are you a preacher wanting to bring fresh color to your words to move your congregation? Are you ready to spice up your congregation’s liturgy in ways that evoke deep responses and produce lasting memories?

Barrie Shepherd, one of the most renowned church poet-preachers of the past 40 years, wants to share his gifts, his heart, and his skills with you in a webinar at 2 p.m. ET on Tuesday, January 28.

This webinar includes:

* Finding your inner poet

* Unleashing your imagination in pulpit and liturgy

* Learning seasoned poets’ best techniques

* Discovering fresh resources in literature

* Exploring the role of poetry in the liturgical seasons

Barrie Shepherd has published 15 books of poetry, preaching, and prayer and more than 600 poems in the Presbyterian Outlook, New Republic, Christian Century, National Catholic Reporter, Christian Science Monitor, America, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, and other publications. He is minister emeritus of historic First Presbyterian Church in New York City and has been guest preacher in many major pulpits in the United States, Europe, and Africa. He also has served as Lyman Beecher lecturer at Yale and William Beldon Noble lecturer at Harvard.

Register for the live event (2 p.m. ET, Tuesday, January 28) or the on-demand web replay for $29.95. (All participants in the live event receive complimentary access to the on-demand web replay.) You may also order a DVD of the webinar for $39.95. DVDs will be shipped after the January 28 live event. Visit the website to register, order the DVD, or get more information. For group pricing, to register a group, and if you have any other questions, please contact Jana Blazek at jblazek@pres-outlook.org or 800-446-6008, ext 758.

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