Humour and Faith – videos from September’s Second Fridays
Second Fridays at CCS got off to a great start last Friday. This fall Second Fridays will focus on faith and the arts, and last Friday the room was full of people eager to discuss the relationship between humour and faith. Lesley Harrison and Scott Douglas offered reflections that were both funny and faithful.
Lesley Harrison – Holy Humour
Scott Douglas – The connection between Humour and Faith
Scott Douglas is an award-winning playwright. His plays include The Touring Test, Treading Water, Undiscover’d Country, Strange Angels, andMaybe One?: A Theatrical History of the United Church of Canada. He is also an actor, animator, co-editor of The Un-official Handbook of the United Church of Canada, and staff member at the Centre for Christian Studies.
Lesley Harrison is Program Staff with EDGE: A Network for Ministry Development of the General Council Office where she spends time coordinating a network of consultants for new ministry development and ministry renewal. Prior to this Lesley served as Presbytery Minister for Winnipeg Presbytery working with congregations exploring their mission and ministry in a changing context. Lesley has also served on Presbytery Staff in Winnipeg, congregational ministry in Saskatchewan, and as overseas personnel with the Moravian Church in Nicaragua.