Tea and Communion | Mako Fujimura and Keiko Yanaka

Comforting City (Shalom Issue)

+ Keiko Yanaka, of Omotesenke School of Japanese Tea Ceremony, and Mako Fujimura, director of the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts, discuss the history of traditional Japanese tea ceremonies and possible resonances with communion during the Culture Care Summit.

The second annual Culture Care Summit was hosted by Fuller’s Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts. With such speakers as best-selling author/theologian Philip Yancey and Fuller president Mark Labberton, the conference considered ideas and questions raised in Fujimura’s new book Silence and Beauty. The Culture Care Summit was presented in association with International Arts Movement (IAM).