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Anglican e-Way of September 9th

Is the Prayer Book Evangelistic ?  Can a church that uses one of the classical Prayer Books (England 1662, USA 1928, Canada 1962) fulfill the Great Commission to “make disciples of all nations”? By the Rev. Gavin Dunbar It is a mark of our time that many Anglican and Episcopalian Christians would answer these questions in the negative. The Prayer Book may be good for some things – but not evangelism. So runs the current…

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The Anglican e-Way of 8 /24

A new Prayer Book emerges: . The Anglican Church in North America embarked upon this project shortly after its inception in 2009, and the final form is beginning to emerge. Many of the key texts are available for consultation with responses very much desired....  For a comprehensive overview.... Key Resolutions of the 2018 General Convention in Austin A068 Plan for the Revision of the Book of Common Prayer - despite its title, this actually did not initiate a comprehensive revision…

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Jerusalem and GAFCON III

St George’s Cathedral Jerusalem looking towards the Nave from the Quire A Special Evensong was held for those attending GAFCON this afternoon with Archbishop Suheil Dawani the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem and Bishop Michael Lewis of Cyprus and the Gulf as well as GAFCON Bishops   This week sees the convening of the Third Global Anglican Futures Conference which for the second time is being held in Jerusalem ten years after the first such assembly.…

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Toon Memorial Lecture 2018 Given in Oxford on 17th May

  Titian: The Coming of the Holy Spirit, The Church of Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, c. 1545   The Society sends warm greetings to all for this Season of Whitsuntide !   We also wish to record that: The Toon Memorial Lecture for 2018 was given under the title  Elephants and Anglicans to the sound of Church Bells: Just how central is the place of the Prayer Book for Anglicans and the future of the…

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The Peter Toon Memorial Lecture for 2018

  The Lecture for 2018, entitled, "Elephants and Anglicans to the Sound of Church Bells: Just how central is the place of the Prayer Book for Anglicans and the Future of the Communion?" will be given  at Pusey House, Oxford on Thursday 17th May at 5.30 p.m. By Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff The lecture will be preceded by Evensong at 4 pm and Afternoon Tea. http://www.puseyhouse.org.uk

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