Explaining Our New Prayer Book

Posted on December 19, 2022
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When the first Book of Common Prayer was released on Pentecost in the year 1549, it was such a shock to the liturgical and theological intuitions of some portions of the Church in England that riots and rebellions broke out over the matter. Especially in Norfolk and in Devon, and most memorably in the city…

A New Generation of Anglicans

Posted on December 12, 2022
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Today there is a new generation of Anglicans joining the Church. Through my work on the Word & Table podcast, and with Saint Paul’s House of Formation, I have had the privilege of meeting and speaking with many. In my experience, the majority of these converts are millennials from evangelical protestant traditions. Over the last…

Finding Cranmer’s Church

Posted on December 11, 2022
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I will be received into St. Thomas Anglican (Clifton Park, NY) and the Anglican faith on December 11 by Bishop Love. The most important thing to me is that we are grounded in Scripture, and not the world’s opinion! Anglican Compass and the Rookie Anglican Guides have been integral to my transition. Finding Cranmer’s Church…

Coming to Anglicanism from Another Christian Tradition

Posted on December 5, 2022
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As part of our True North Campaign, we are publishing articles that highlight the missionary impact of Anglican Compass. Here we welcome Ed Smither, who explains how Anglican Compass assisted his journey into the Anglican tradition. Enjoy! Answering Questions Coming to Anglicanism from another Christian tradition, I had many questions: The Anglican Compass website became a…

On Anglican Missions in Madrid

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As part of our True North Campaign, we are publishing articles that highlight the missionary impact of Anglican Compass. Here we welcome Duane Miller, who explains his missionary work in Madrid and the missionary value of Anglican Compass. Enjoy! Let me give you a brief summary of the sort of ministry we have here in the…

A Teacher Finds the Anglican Way

Posted on November 18, 2022
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As a teacher of theology in an ecumenical Christian school, Anglican Compass has been helpful to my own faith, in explaining the faith to my students, and as a resource for our weekly service of morning prayer. A Compass for Our Family My own personal journey, and the journey of my family into the Anglican…

True North: From Rookie Anglican to Church Planter

Posted on November 1, 2022
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As part of our True North Campaign, we are publishing articles that highlight the missionary impact of our ministry. Here is an article by Fr Jon Beadle. This September, All Saints Church launched Sunday services for the first time in the city of Conroe, Texas. It was the result of nearly a year of preparation….