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November 23, 2005

The following short form of Evening Prayer, may be used by families and other groups throughout Advent. If desired, the devotion may be accompanied by the lighting of an Advent Wreath, a circular arrangement of four candles. One candle is lit during the first week of Advent, two candles in the...

November 30, 2004

With an eagle feather standing tall on her head and her moccasins beating out a tattoo on the floorboards of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., 18-year-old Noreen Johnson dances the Jingle Dance.

Rows of metal cones on her clothing create the jingle that gives the dance...

November 1, 2004

At Trinity Episcopal Church in Escondido, Calif., Sunday school begins, as many do, with a Bible story.

This day focuses on the Parables. But there seems to be a problem. As the Narrator begins, she notes that, according to the dictionary, a parable is “an untrue story.” How can an...

October 25, 2004

Many aspects of women's lives have historically been left unrecognized in the rites, rituals, and ceremonies of the Episcopal Church. In the construction of liturgical time, there are many markers unique to women which have not been included in the life of worship. Women's life cycles are...

July 28, 2003

Sunday is traditionally when Episcopalians gather for worship. The principal weekly worship service is the Holy Eucharist, also known as: the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, or Mass. In most Episcopal churches, worship is accompanied by the singing of liturgical,"€ meaning that the...

January 10, 2002

Date: February 10th

 

Lectionary Readings: Exodus 24:12(13-14)15-18; Psalm 99; Philippians 3:7-14; Matthew 17:1-9

Theme: "Companionship in Mission"

World Mission Interpretation and Networks is again happy...

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An organization dedicated to the use of the 1928 Prayer Book (previous Book of Common Prayer) wi

Based in the UK, the Alcuin Club plays a significant part in the liturgical renewal of the Angli

Designed especially for use in Christian education forums or small-group discussions, these reso

An ecumenical and inter-religious association of liturgical scholars who collaborate in research

The purpose of the National Altar Guild Association (NAGA) is to assist parish, diocesan, and pr

A network of Anglicans in North America, established to promote liturgical renewal in the Episco

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