I've often thought of my life as having been lived on the edge of the liturgy. I suspect that perspective will resonate with many...
On some of our more recent Weekly Breathers, we have been opening our hearts to contemplation and connection with God using art. Today, Winfield Bevins shares with us an ancient method he found that helps his soul connect with our Creator God: iconography.
So, you've been convinced that singing the Psalms would be a good thing for your congregation. Now, how in the world do you actually do it? Patrick Bourckel shares five practical ways to sing the Psalms.
How exactly does liturgy form us, and how might the adoption of the Christian calendar help disciple us in the image of Christ? Watch this video interview with Marty Reardon as he explains a critical element of worship design.
Hear about what God is doing through the Anglican Church of North America as the Rev. Dr. Winfield Bevins sits down with the Archbishop Foley Beach in this video interview.
Why does traditional liturgy and tradition actually matter? Morgan Clark shares the legacy of Thomas Cranmer and the life-giving resource that is the Book of Common Prayer.
With a nudge from our accented British brethren—Wright, Stott, Lewis, and Wesley—America may be waking up to a new creation song. That’s a good thing, because the modern church has too often embraced consumption over stewardship, says John A. Murdock.
What is All Saints Day all about? Matthew Sigler tells us about the communion of saints.
Why does it matter whether we sing the Psalms or just say them? Patrick Bourckel is here to teach us why it matters.
Head Pastor of Trinity Anglican Church in Atlanta, GA, Kris McDaniel shares his journey into the Anglican church, the appeal of Anglicanism, and his passion for church planting.