Ep 09 Being the Church as Counter Liturgy – Pt 2

Title: Being the Church as Counter-Liturgy
Publish Date: October 30, 2022

In today’s episode we continue our discussion around Felicia Wu Song’s concept of Church as Counter-Liturgy found in her latest book, Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, Presence, and Place in the Digital Age. She calls us to consider how the church can be a community whose collective practices of resistance shapes us to be the kind of kingdom people we long to become. We take up Dr Song’s challenge found in the section of her book called “Experiments in Praxis.” The SHE-Team commits together to a four day, counter-liturgy experiment of resistance. We invite our listeners to also engage in one of the counter-liturgy options discussed in the episode, and then suggest you share about the experience on our SHEcclesiology Community fB page. You’ll find the SHE-Team’s update there as well.

As a reminder, Dr. Song is a cultural sociologist and professor at Westmont College and a scholar at the intersection of faith and digital technologies. Let’s pick up where we left off in the last episode…

Felicia Wu Song, Restless Devices: Recovering Personhood, Presence, and Place in the Digital Age, IVP Academic, 2021.
Felicia Wu Song | Digital Life as Secular Liturgy: A Matter of Christian Formation from the 2019 Center for Pastor Theologians Conference.
Felicia Wu Song, Bio

“Play Like A Girl” by June & Jean Millington is licensed under an Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License that can be found here, Creative Commons Legal Code.

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