Sarum College’s MA in Christian Liturgy is a unique programme designed to provide a comprehensive study of the major aspects of Christian worship, drawing upon historical, theological and contemporary pastoral themes.
Students will have the opportunity to study modules that explore a range of themes related to the development and interpretation of different aspects of Christian worship.
The study of Christian liturgy seeks to understand how Christians have worshipped in the past and the factors influencing the evolution of Christian worship; equip students to interpret the rapidly changing landscape of present patterns of worship within an informed liturgical and theological perspective; encourage a liturgical imagination that is alert to the significance of worship for the Church.
For all postgraduate enquiries please contact the Academic Administrator
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The programme leader for the MA in Christian Liturgy is Dr James Steven.
How to Apply
We recruit until the programme is full and up until the first core module of each programme (6 October 2014 for the MA in Christian Liturgy).