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Join Us for Worship at General Convention

July 3, 2018

[…] This translation is part of a UTO grant project in that diocese to translate the Book of Common Prayer into Modern Gwich’in. On Saturday, July 7, instead of Eucharist at the Convention Center, […]

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What makes us Anglican?

September 16, 2020

[…] is English, rather than Latin or Greek, the two earlier, “œofficial” languages of Christianity. Yet the Book of Common Prayer has been translated into many languages, so that those Episcopalians who do not speak […]

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Today We Are Invited…, Ash Wednesday – 2007

February 21, 2007

[…] A man was recalling his grandmother’s recipe collection. Some, he remembered, were in well-used cook books, and some were on index cards. But he recalled the oldest recipes in her […]

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EPPN Creation Care Series: Environmental Racism

August 29, 2019

[…] serve you in harmony around your heavenly throne; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. The Book of Common Prayer, For the Human Family, pg. 815 For the Oppressed Look with pity, O heavenly […]

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Do Friendships Matter?

February 9, 2022

[…] Clinic, matched with promises from the Baptismal Covenant as found on pages 304-305 of the Book of Common Prayer.  During the rite of baptism, as we are asked to make the promises shown […]

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Pentecost – Westover Episcopal Church

May 21, 2013

[…] with you! Psalm 23:5-6 Andrew Atherstone, Archbishop Justin Welby: The Road to Canterbury.  Forthcoming from Morehouse. http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-faith/christian-leaders-seek-to-overcome-polarization/2013/05/15/1bfe9000-bda4-11e2-b537-ab47f0325f7c_story.html Collect for Proper 28, Book of Common Prayer, p 236. Book of Common Prayer, p 308.  

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Bible Study: Christmas 1 – 2014

December 28, 2014

[…] 147 Laudate Dominum Psalm 147 makes up part of a quintet of praise psalms (Laudate Dominum, Book of Common Prayer, p. 804), starting with Psalm 146 and ending with Psalm 150. The praise psalms […]

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The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion

June 7, 2010

[…] has ultimate legislative authority. It authored (and continues to amend) the Church”s Constitution, establishes the Book of Common Prayer, sets out rules for the ratification of bishops, and through its canonical actions sets […]

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Bible Study: Lent 3 (B) – 2015

March 8, 2015

[…] liturgy; it appears as an optional opening to the Liturgy of the Word in the Book of Common Prayer (p. 324). When was the last time you recited the Decalogue? Perhaps as part […]

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This Is the Time of Year…, Proper 20 (C) – 2001

September 23, 2001

[…] the congregation. Many people are delighted to discover the rich offering of prayers in the Book of Common Prayer when introduced to them. Others find a spontaneous prayer experience to be the most […]

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There Once Was a Wise…, Proper 14 (C) – 2016

August 07, 2016

[…] people who are not us. According to our Catechism, found on page 862 of The Book of Common Prayer, ‘Our assurance as Christians is that nothing, not even death, shall separate us from […]

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Bible Study: Lent 3 (B) – 2021

February 2, 2021

[…] similar to that of the Psalmist? How is Psalm 19 similar or different from the Book of Common Prayer’sconfession? 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 What standards do we use to evaluate humanity? Better yet, what […]

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One Driver Sticks…, Lent 3 (B) – 2009

March 15, 2009

[…] and help us set priorities by God’s standards. Look at the list in your Prayer Book on pages 317 and 318. This stripped down list of ten priorities provides us […]

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