Centre for Liturgy and Worship

This Centre stimulates fresh thinking about Christian worship especially as it relates to the evolving practice and understanding of worship in today’s Church.

We do this through opportunities to study at an academic level, liturgical leadership courses, consultancy, conferences and research. Sarum College has been a venue for liturgical study and research since its foundation in 1995. Its proximity to Salisbury Cathedral connects it to an ancient tradition of Christian worship.

James Steven is the Centre coordinator and programme leader for the MA in Christian Liturgy. James’ teaching experience in contemporary worship and ecclesiology includes analysis of ecclesiastical forms such as megachurch, emerging church and parish church from a practical theological perspective. He has also taught on liturgical theology and its role in informing the Bible and sacraments in worship.

Learning Opportunities within the Centre for Liturgy and Worship