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Transforming Liturgy | Saturday, January 7 | 11am 

The Rev. Dr. Paul Fromberg leads this workshop on Transforming Liturgy which is open to all. During the session he will be asking participants to engage with the questions relating to worship at the Cathedral: What brought you here? What are three irreducible things about worship at Christ Church Cathedral? And What is your deep desire for the Cathedral? This workshop is open to all who worship at the Cathedral.   

You can also join us for the 40 Minute Forum:  The Challenge of Disruption on Sunday, January 8 at 9:15am. 

Learn more about St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church here

Who is Rev. Paul Fromberg? 

Paul Fromberg is the rector of St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Francisco. He also serves as president of the Board of The Food Pantry at St. Gregory’s. From 1987 – 2004 he served churches in Houston, Texas.  Paul is a painter, specifically an iconographer. In addition to his congregational ministry, Paul is an adjunct faculty member at the Church Divinity School of the Pacific. Paul is a co-convener of the West Coast Convivium (, a conversation about making church in the west. He is the author of The Art of Transformation
(Church Publishing, 2017) and The Art of Disruption (Church Publishing, 2021). Paul has served
the Episcopal Church as chair of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music and has served as the Church’s representative on the Consultation on Common Texts. Paul is married to Grant Martin and lives in San Francisco with their dog, Frankie.

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