Getting Started with the Way of Love

Getting Started with the Way of Love

1. Read Presiding Bishop Curry’s invitation.

Where did this whole "Way of Love" come from? Is this something I have to do? Is this for everyone? Read this invitation letter to find out the answers to these important questions.

2. Watch the video that introduces the Way and each practice.

This piece, featuring images and video from across our common life in the Episcopal Church, gives a brief overview of each of the seven practices of the Way of Love: Turn. Learn. Pray. Worship. Bless. Go. Rest.

3. Use the “Introducing the Way of Love” document to reflect on practices and imagine how God is leading you to engage. 

This document explores how each of the seven practices - and a rule of life, itself - has a basis in Scripture and our Episcopal tradition. The question is: how can you engage those practices using your gifts, talents, and calling? Use the reflection and discernment questions to find out more. Available for download in English, Spanish, Creole, French and Chinese.

4. Connect with a church community.

Episcopalians around the world are using the Way of Love in a way that fits their communities. Find your local congregation and learn more about walking together on the Way of Love. Looking to learn more about Episcopalians? Read our "What We Believe" page here. Want to talk with someone about joining a local church? Email us for an introduction to someone in your area.

5. Learn more about each of the practices.

What does it mean to bless? What am I turning from and toward? Click on any of the seven practices below to find out more about the definition, available resources, and more. 

6. Drop us a line.

If you have questions, comments, new resources, or an idea about the Way of Love, we want to hear from you! Email us at [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Way of Love Practices

Share your stories and resources with the Presiding Bishop's staff. Contact[email protected] or submit resources here.