FACULTY

Rev. James Hendricksen

FACULTY

Rev. James Hendricksen

Rev. James Hendricksen has been an ordained minister in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) for twenty-seven years.  He currently serves as senior pastor of Hosanna Lutheran in Edmonton. He holds a DMin from Luther Seminary, a Master of Arts in Communications and Technology from the University of Alberta (U of A), a MDiv from Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, and a BA from Augustana campus of the U of A.

James has a history in production and media which began in high school and included time as a theatre technician and radio announcer. His undergraduate years saw continued work in the theatre, sound and lighting for live music productions, and work to rebuild and manage the campus radio station. 

Collage years also included an introduction to the world of live television production. This included production of college hockey games and work with a church who were pioneers in broadcasting their services on the local cable system. 

James brought live-streaming to Hosanna about a year prior to the pandemic. His MA Thesis explored live-streaming during the pandemic and initiated work on Hybrid Worship services. Since that time he has further explored and consulted on many issues related to hybrid church and worship challenges and opportunities.

Rev. James Hendricksen has been an ordained minister in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) for twenty-seven years.  He currently serves as senior pastor of Hosanna Lutheran in Edmonton. He holds a DMin from Luther Seminary, a Master of Arts in Communications and Technology from the University of Alberta (U of A), a MDiv from Waterloo Lutheran Seminary, and a BA from Augustana campus of the U of A.

James has a history in production and media which began in high school and included time as a theatre technician and radio announcer. His undergraduate years saw continued work in the theatre, sound and lighting for live music productions, and work to rebuild and manage the campus radio station. 

Collage years also included an introduction to the world of live television production. This included production of college hockey games and work with a church who were pioneers in broadcasting their services on the local cable system. 

James brought live-streaming to Hosanna about a year prior to the pandemic. His MA Thesis explored live-streaming during the pandemic and initiated work on Hybrid Worship services. Since that time he has further explored and consulted on many issues related to hybrid church and worship challenges and opportunities.

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