The Prayer Book Tradition— A place to belong, a Faith to believe, and a Rule of life and worship.

We Need Your Help to continue our work!
The Society is continuing to expand its work substantially both here and overseas. We have now undertaken
  • our second Annual Conference and and are now even beginning to plan the next one from 14-16th February 2019 in Savannah so please save the date!
  • several one day colloquia on key issues ranging from Liturgical Revision, Marriage and most recently Apologetics looking at God and Science
  • work in Tanzania which has reached thousands of young people and where we plan a new edition of the classic Kiswhahili Prayer Book
  • a complete new volume of Catechesis to teach the faith in Parishes entitled: I am His has been made available
  • and a number of parish visits are in the planning stage and we welcome invitations to send a speaker for such events...
  • an expanding archive of past editions of the Anglican Way and the writings of the Revd. Dr. Peter Toon the former President of the Society.

All this has taken major investment, so there could be no better time to donate in support of our future work !

You can donate now online here

Latest News

The PBS Anglican Way Conference 2019: What is Classical Anglicanism? Speakers and Topics


Midday on Thursday 24th October through to Saturday 26th October 

at St. John’s Episcopal Church Savannah 

Register NOW !



The Presidential Address

Gavin Dunbar, PBS President

The Anglican Way Lecture:

The Elusiveness of Freedom

Fitzsimons Allison, Rtd Bishop of South Carolina;

Hermeneutics of Presence in Reformation Sacramental Debates, 

Torrance Kirby, McGill University;

Hooker and the Meaning of Anglican Conservatism, 

Bradford Littlejohn, The Davenant Institute;

‘Goodness had nothing to do with it’ Classical Anglicanism à la Elizabeth I to Mae West, & William H. Ralston Jr., 

William McKeachie, Dean Emeritus, South Carolina;

F. D. Maurice, the Eucharist & Anglican formularies

Jesse Billett, Trinity College, Toronto;

The Shape Fallacy, Reconsidering The Book of Common Prayer as Text, 

Samuel Bray,  Notre Dame University Law School;

‘We know not what to say’ : Epistemic Humility in John Donne’s ‘A Litany’.

David Anderson, University of Oklahoma; 

Anglicanism in the Age of Modernity, 

Neil Robertson, King’s College, Halifax;  

Hooker, Wilson, Natural Law & the American Constitution

Roberta Bayer, Patrick Henry College; 

Authentic Anglicanism: Beyond Price and Prudence? 

Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff, Editor The Anglican Way;

A Fondness for Dead Bishops:  The Parker Society and the Library of Anglo Catholic Theology in the Church of England

Richard Mammana, Founder of Project Canterbury

Recollection , Boethius & Anglicanism, 

Stephen Blackwood, Ralston College.

What We Do

The Society exists to promote Anglican belief and worship as expressed in the Common Prayer tradition and Angli­can formularies since the first Book of Common Prayer of 1549, in the Church of England, and on through the 1928 Prayer Book down to the present day: worship is at the heart of Chris­tianity and the Common Prayer tradition is at the heart of Anglican worship.

Prayer Book Churches
We —
  • Help these communities grow
  • Support parishes with literature and brochures
  • Contribute to authentic Anglican revival
About Us

Our Ministries

The Prayer Book Society has a growing portfolio of ministries in fulfillment of its goals. These currently include:

Become a Member

Please express your support for the work of the Society by making a financial contribution which will be greatly valued.


Receive our theological and liturgical resources de­signed to help strengthen both personal faith and parish life within the wider whole of our Anglican tradition.


Support the renewal of cla­ssical Anglicanism with its profound theology, commitment to spirituality and worship of God in the beauty of holiness in the Prayer Books.


Enrich and deepen your sense of unity with the daily prayer and devotions of An­glicans around the world who re­spond to the call to ‘a devout and holy life.’ (William Law)