Elizabeth Drescher, PhD


A dynamic speaker and workshop leader, Elizabeth Drescher, PhD addresses a wide range of topics in contemporary spirituality with church, educational, community, and other groups. Sample topics include:

      • The spiritual lives of the religiously unaffiliated
      • Popular culture and spirituality/religion
      • Change and tradition in contemporary spirituality/religion
      • Young adult spirituality/religion
      • Social media and contemporary spirituality/religion

Dr. Drescher’s current event schedule follows:

Spring and Summer 2016

Interview on The Joy Cardin Show (Wisconsin Public Radio) — April 14, 7AM (Central)

Pacifica Lectures, Pacifica Institute, Sunnyvale, CA — May 31, 6:30PM (Pacific)

Philadelphia Theological Institute, Philadelphia, PA — June 11, 9:00AM (Eastern)

Past Events

“When 21st Century Media Meets Religion,” Lilly Foundation Consultation, Duke University. With The Rev. Keith Anderson—October 6-8, 2103

Paddock Lectures, General Theological Seminary, New York, NY — November 14-16, 2013

Head, Hands, Heart and Smartphones: Ministry in a Digitally-Integrated World,” Workshop with The Rev. Keith Anderson, The Center at Bangor Theological Seminary, January 20-21, 2013

“New Habits for Nones,” Woodbury Leadership Workshop with The Rev. Keith Anderson, Andover-Newton Theological School, Newton, MA, January 24, 2013

“Christian Spiritual Traditions,” Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, June 19-20, 2013 (with online sessions before and after).

A Broader Public — Writing on Religion for a Secular Audience,” Collegeville Institute Writing Workshop, June 28-July 5, 2013

Please email Elizabeth at elizabeth.drescher@att.net to schedule a speaking engagement or workshop. She is currently scheduling engagements for fall 2016 and spring 2017.

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