Worship in Women's Hands

A documentary exploring the meaning of women's liturgies for faith communities now and into the future

DVD Available!!

video stillDVD now available! Order your copy today. The DVD features the 28 minute documentary Worship in Women’s Hands as well as the complete liturgy celebrating the life of Hildegard of Bingen. The Hildegard liturgy also appears as a chapter in Teresa Berger’s most recent book Fragments of Real Presence (2005).
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  1. Susan Roll January 17th, 2007 6:52 pm

    “I am tremendously pleased that you made this DVD. We have needed a good teaching tool on women’s liturgies for over a decade.”

    Susan Roll, Associate Professor of Liturgy, Faculty of Theology, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and Director of the Centre for Women and Christian Traditions at Saint Paul.

  2. Pamela Morin January 22nd, 2007 10:48 am

    “With this DVD and this scholarly work you have achieved a place for women’s worship in the parish with familiar symbols and liturgy… I am very impressed.”

    Pamela Allen Morin, RN, BSN, MSN, M.Div.RN Case Manager Corpus Christi, Texas

  3. David McBriar January 24th, 2007 9:28 am

    “I viewed Worship in Women’s Hands last evening. It’s luminous! I was particularly impressed with your narrative. Each of you opened a lens for viewing the worship, situating the worship events within the context of history, liturgy and art. It’s my hope that the DVD will get wide coverage. May Worship in Women’s Hands help to open up the divine life for us all.”

    David J. McBriar, O.F.M.

  4. Ruth Duck February 12th, 2007 10:59 am

    “Worship in Women’s Hands shows how women in one Christian congregation have been leading worship with grace and creativity, faithfully praising God and honestly telling the stories of life. It will inspire others, not as a template to copy, but as an encouragement to call forth the gifts of both women and men to lead meaningful worship for the twenty-first century.”

    Ruth Duck, Professor of Worship, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston IL; President, North American Academy of Liturgy (2007-8)

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