Clergy: Come and See Your Anglican Heritage


A few years back, Archbishop Duncan put words to what many of us had been seeing in our churches and seminaries.  He said it plainly: Young leaders and spouses coming into the Anglican tradition of Christianity with a great love and zeal for the Lord and for His church.  The impact of our rootless, post-modern culture has created a hunger in people for a church with roots.  Anglicanism has roots!   Archbishop Duncan called it an “Anglican Fever” and he noted that many people were catching it!

Wooden Pulpit, Canterbury Cathedral
Wooden Pulpit, Canterbury Cathedral

Indeed, for all of the history, stumbles, beauty, misdirection, and tradition, the Anglican Church and its liturgy seem to be trending without being trendy.


I have worked with the owners at Imagine Tour and Travel to set up a special “Come and See” tour of England for clergy and their spouses.  I wrote about this over at LeaderWorks, but I want to post this announcement here too. It is hard to believe that the opportunity is for real…but it is.

We take off the day after Easter (April 22, 2019).  The full itinerary is listed in the brochure, but this is just a partial listing.

What an amazing enrichment opportunity for all ordained leaders and their spouses to come to see, walk, touch, hear, and experience the drama and traumas of our Anglican Heritage in country!  In England.

Click on the link below and/or let me hear from you.

Anglican Heritage Clergy Tour: April 22-May 1, 2019  $1495/Pastor; $1995/Spouse

Published on

August 23, 2018


David Roseberry

David Roseberry leads the nonprofit ministry, LeaderWorks. He was the founding rector of Christ Church, Plano, Texas, and is the author of many books. He lives in Plano with his wife, Fran.

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