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Dr. Marcia McFee, author of “The Worship Workshop,” professor, preacher and artist, will speak during the Schreyer-Russell Lectures at Pfeiffer University March 5. The series is open to the public.
The annual lectures expose the church and community to esteemed theological and biblical scholars from around the world. The series honors two of Pfeiffer’s former religion and philosophy professors, Dr. George Schreyer and Dr. Bernard Russell.
McFee will speak at 10 a.m. during the Wednesday morning worship service in the Henry Pfeiffer Chapel on the Misenheimer campus. That will be followed by a lecture at 11 a.m. in the chapel, lunch at 12:15 p.m. in the Stokes Student Center Dining Hall and an evening service at 7 p.m. in the chapel.
McFee combines her background and experience in professional music, theater and dance with a variety of worship and preaching styles. She has a master’s degree in theological studies from Saint Paul School of Theology with a concentration in preaching and worship. She earned her Ph.D. in liturgical studies at the Graduate Theological Union. She has been a guest lecturer and adjunct faculty at six seminaries and a consultant on worship and the arts for the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church.
The Schreyer-Russell Lectures are beneficial for Christian educators, Sunday school and Bible study teachers, pastors, church leaders, elders and deacons, worship leaders, church musicians and lay leaders of churches with a stake in worship and the general public. A $10 registration fee is required for lunch and CEU-credit by Feb. 22.
For more details or to register, e-mail chris.hughes @pfeiffer.edu or call 704-463-3409.

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