||The Very Revd William H. Petersen,
PhD, DD. Founder and Convener of the Advent Project Seminar
in the North American Academy of Liturgy. Emeritus Dean and Emeritus
Professor of Ecclesiastical & Ecumenical History, Bexley Hall
(an accredited seminary of the Episcopal Church). Past-President,
North American Academy of Ecumenists. Memberships: Societas Liturgica;
International Anglican Liturgical Conference; Anglican-Lutheran International
Commission (1993-2010); Consultation on Common Texts; English Language
Liturgical Conference (International).
Email: WHPetersen @ aol.com
||Jill Burnett Comings, Ph.D. Director
of Research for the Advent Project Seminar in the North American
Academy of Liturgy. Formerly Assistant Professor or Liturgical Studies
at Drew University, she has also taught at the General Seminary of
the Episcopal Church and in the School of Theology and Ministry at
Seattle University. She earned a B.A. in English at Nyack College,
the M.A.R. (Liturgics Concentration) at Yale University Divinity School,
and a Ph.D. in liturgical studies at Drew University. The author of
Aspects of the Liturgical Year in Cappadocia (325-430) and of several
articles and essays, her research interests include early Christian
liturgical history, Anglican liturgical history, liturgical time,
and Christian initiation.
||The Rev. Dr. Elise A.
Feyerherm, Director for Ecumenical Relations
of the Advent Project Seminar in the North American Academy of
Liturgy. Assistant Professor of Church History and Christian
Spirituality, Bexley Hall Seminary, Columbus, OH. Ecumenical
Officer, Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio.
||Laura E. Moore, Th.D.
Director for Resources, Advent Project
Seminar in the North American Academy of Liturgy. Head of
Circulation at the Christoph Keller, Jr. Library and Adjunct Professor
of Liturgics, The General Theological Seminary, New York, NY. Email:
moore @ gts.edu.
||Carol A. Doran, DMA. Music Consultant
to the Advent Project Seminar. Dr Doran has been a member of the
tenured faculty of Bexley Hall Seminary at its former location in
Rochester, NY, and also at the Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria,
VA. She has published numerous articles on church music and worship
and has collaborated with the Rev'd Dr Thomas H. Troeger in the publication
of four books, including two hymnals published by Oxford University