Here Are the Holy Week Liturgies from the 2019 Book of Common Prayer

Posted on April 2, 2020
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We recently received a question from a reader looking for “Good Friday liturgies that would work well for home worship,” given the global COVID–19 pandemic. The 2019 BCP’s Good Friday service could easily be adapted for use at home. If you’re looking for liturgical materials for Holy Week and Easter, you should know that you…

How to Do Morning Prayer in the ACNA’s 2019 Book of Common Prayer

Posted on July 25, 2019
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Where do I start? Whether you’re a Rookie Anglican or just “Angli-curious,” perhaps you’ve heard of this new Book of Common Prayer 2019 (BCP 2019) and are asking yourself, “What is this thing?” or “How do I use it?” We’ve put together a “Rookie Anglican Guide” to the BCP 2019 for more information. However, if…

A New Creed? The ACNA’s Revised Translation of the Nicene Creed

Posted on July 1, 2019
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The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) has recently released its 2019 Book of Common Prayer (BCP). For most ACNA churches, the revised translation of the Nicene Creed will likely be the most apparent liturgical change on a Sunday morning. This is at least the case for our church (Church of the Redeemer in Nashville,…

4 Useful Features of the ACNA’s 2019 Book of Common Prayer

Posted on June 19, 2019
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(NOTE: Read our Rookie Anglican Guide to the ACNA’s 2019 BCP here.) The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) has released its 2019 Book of Common Prayer! I asked Fr. Ben Jefferies (who worked on the Liturgy Task Force as has written about the 2019 BCP’s typography and Daily Office Lectionary) what features of the…