"Unlocking the Next Level:
Interpreting Theological Jargon"
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Affleck and Fiola Rooms, Deaf Centre Manitoba, 285 Pembina Highway
7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
$10 per person (GST included)
Teens 13 - 18 years old are welcome $5
This hour-long workshop will be co-sponsored by the Winnipeg Church of the Deaf and the AVLIC 2014 Fundraising Committee. Noah will discuss how to interpret obscure yet important theological terms. He will also talk about how to interpret ASL songs and scriptural passages.
Perfect for interpreters, parents of Deaf children, and Deaf Christians.
No ASL-English interpretation will be provided for this workshop.
Noah is the Executive Director of the Christian non-profit Deaf International, pastor of the Central Jersey Deaf Church in New Jersey, and a certified Deaf Interpreter. He worked on the American Sign Language Bible translation team at Deaf Missions as an on-camera translator and ASL consultant for six years. Noah holds a BA in Ancient Languages and Theological Studies from Wheaton College and is now pursuing an MDiv at Princeton Theological Seminary.
AVLIC 2014 thanks the Winnipeg Church of the Deaf for generously sponsoring the costs of this workshop, Noah for donating his time, knowledge and skills, and DCM for the space.