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Preserving the Book of Common Prayer

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  • 09/16/13--09:36: Educated for Prayer
  • Educated for Prayer by Matthew Maule, Marketing and Member Services Associate, Christian Service Charities    The endless cycle of idea and action Endless invention, endless experiment, Brings knowledge of motion, but not of stillness; Knowledge of speech, but not of silence; Knowledge of words, and ignorance of the Word.[1]   O God of peace, who hast […]

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  • 09/16/13--09:45: The Rise of the “Nones”
  • and How Anglicans Can Respond Barton Gingerich, Research Assistant, Institute on Religion and Democracy             American churches are losing their young people. This trend was evidenced most recently in a 2012 Pew Forum study titled “‘Nones’ on the Rise: One-in-Five Adults Have No Religious Affiliation.” The summary of the 80-page report posits, “The number of […]

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    by The Rev. Gavin G. Dunbar, President, Prayer Book Society, and Rector, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Savannah, Georgia Introduction The classical Anglican pattern of Christian initiation, as found in the Prayer Books from 1549 to 1928, was comprised of four elements: Baptism (normally, in infancy), followed, when the baptized have come to “years of discretion” (conventionally […]

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    Carl Trueman, a Presbyterian theologian, reflects upon the excellence of Cranmer’s liturgy (after a visit to King’s Chapel, Cambridge).   Read his article here:  Link   

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  • 12/09/13--08:15: Advent Devotional
  • Daily Biblical Commentary to Accompany Morning Prayerby Rev. Jason S. Patterson This booklet of commentary upon the Gospel readings which accompany Morning Prayer is designed as an aid to your thoughtful reading of the Bible during Advent.  It is an excellent resource for individuals, small groups, or adult Sunday School forums.  “(This booklet) is grounded […]

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  • 12/18/13--15:57: New Anglican Way
  • Please enjoy our current issue below.  All the Anglican Ways can be read here.  

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    By Peter Toon & Jason Patterson Almighty God, who showest to them that be in error the light of thy truth, to the intent that they may return into the way of righteousness: Grant unto all them that are admitted into the fellowship of Christ’s religion, that they may eschew1 those things that are contrary […]

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    Topics: Liturgy used by apostles. Divine collects of Thomas Cranmer. Parishes becoming traditional. Shakespeare’s prayers.

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    Rev. Dunbar’s introduction explores catechisms and their purposes. Chapter 1 exposits Christian names and foundations.

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    Scholars from the Prayer Book Society explore aspects of traditional Anglican liturgy, the collects, and the forms of prayer.

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    The first of two colloquia to be held by the Society this year took place in Dallas in January under the theme: Stirred up to Godliness the Daily Office in Anglicanism. This was held in partnership with the Church of the Holy Cross on January 20th, where we were kindly hosted by the congregation and […]

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    BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW via http://anglicanism-2017.bpt.me In the anniversary year of Luther’s promulgation of the ninety-five theses which started the Reformation, this conference will explore the ways in which Anglicanism emerged with an identity that is both truly reformed and enduringly catholic. This important event for all those interested in a deeper understanding of the nature […]

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      History records that the Episcopal Church in America was very nearly Lutheran.  This is because in 1783, when American Anglicans came to Britain to resolve how they might establish their own indigenous episcopate, their chosen bishop-elect had a distressingly difficult time. The Archbishop of Canterbury ‘received him “politely,” but was “cool and restrained.” The […]

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      The Following draft program for the coming conference has been announced (though it remains subject to change): Thursday 16th February 12.15    Introductions and overview of the conference    (in St John’s Church) The Revd. Fr. Gavin Dunbar, President of the Prayer Book Society USA, The Revd. Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff, PBS   12.30    Opening […]

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    The Editor of the Anglican Way, Dr Roberta Bayer, is pleased to announce that the next edition of the Society’s Magazine is currently on its way to subscribers. To read online, the Magazine may be downloaded here: download If you are not yet on our mailing list for the Magazine do please sign up online […]

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    The Society looks forward with growing anticipation of the Conference opening in Savannah all being well on Thursday 16th February and the revised schedule for the conference  can be seen below. It is with deep regret that, on account of an acute episode of spinal pain,  Bishop Geoffrey Rowell has had to cancel all his overseas engagements for the next few months and will therefore […]

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      The Society was pleased to welcome well over one hundred participants to its 2017 Conference in Savannah.  Such has been the positive response that the Board at its meeting on the last day of the Conference decided announce its intention to hold another conference next year in what it is hoped will become an […]

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      The Society is delighted to announce that we are now able to make available audio recordings of the presentations made in the main Sessions in our 2017 Conference Anglicanism Catholic and Reformed 1517-2017 We start with the opening lecture of Session I: An Historical Overview of the Reformation Context Dr. Gillis Harp,  Professor of History, Grove […]

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    The Society is delighted to be able to make available now further recordings of the main additional Sessions of the 2017 Conference although it is still intended to issue a printed version of the Papers presented also in due course. The Sessions now available include   Professor Oliver O’Donovan on Sanctification   and Fr. Gavin Dunbar […]

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