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Rocky Supinger talks with Ashley Goff
Ashley Goff, one of the most creative liturgical minds in the church today, talks about leading a liturgical die in and planning worship in ways you never imagined.
<—- Ashley Goff is the minister for spiritual formation at Church of the Pilgrims in Washington, DC. She graduated from Union Theological Seminary in New York City, where she fell in love with the art of liturgy. While in there, she worked at Broadway United Church of Christ doing visitation to women at Riker’s Island and Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women. In her last year, she co-facilitated an economic cooperative group for mothers living on public assistance. Ashley now directs the Pilgrimage, a service-learning hostel. Read Ashley’s blog and about Church of the Pilgrims’ worship planning process in a piece she wrote for Alban. Also, watch a talk by Ashley’s favorite Anthropologist Robin Nagle.
Rocky Supinger has been the associate pastor at Claremont Presbyterian Church since 2008. His primary responsibilities are for junior high and high school youth. Rocky came to Claremont with his wife Meredith from Kansas City, Missouri, where he served for three years after completing his Masters of Divinity degree at Princeton Theological Seminary. He and Meredith are graduates of Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas, and they have one daughter, Laura. He blogs and podcasts at yorocko.com. ——>