Ashley Tumlin Wallace

Ashley Tumlin Wallace

Writer

Ashley Tumlin Wallace, the author of the Liturgical Home series of books and articles at Anglican Compass, is a homeschooling mom of four. She is also the wife of an Anglican priest. She and her family live in the panhandle of Florida, where they planted Apostles By-the-Sea Anglican Church. Ashley fell in love with the seasons of the church when she was a young mom searching for meaning and a way to interweave more of the things of God into her daily life. See more on her Instagram.

The Liturgical Home: The Feast of St. Mary the Virgin

Posted on August 13, 2023
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On August 15th, Christians worldwide celebrate the Feast of St. Mary the Virgin, Mother of Our Lord, honoring the remarkable life of the mother of our Savior, Jesus Christ. It is a joyous occasion filled with reverence, thanksgiving, and reflection on Mary’s profound role in the salvation story. The Life of St. Mary The life…

The Liturgical Home: The Feast of the Transfiguration

Posted on August 4, 2023
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The Feast of the Transfiguration, celebrated on August 6th, is a momentous event in the life of Christ and in the Christian tradition. It holds profound significance as it reveals a glimpse of the divine glory of Jesus Christ. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke all recount the Transfiguration. In these accounts, Jesus, accompanied…

The Liturgical Home: The Feast of St. James the Elder

Posted on July 23, 2023
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The Feast of St. James the Elder on July 25th is a special occasion to honor the life and legacy of this beloved apostle. Two apostles and three total New Testament saints are named James. Therefore, the Church uses the title “Saint James the Elder” or “Saint James the Great” to distinguish this James, the…

The Liturgical Home: The Feast of St. Mary Magdalene

Posted on July 20, 2023
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The Church will celebrate the Feast of St. Mary Magdalene on July 22nd. Mary Magdalene, known as the “Apostle to the Apostles,” holds a special place in Christian history. Her humble faith and love for Jesus have made her an enduring symbol of devotion. All four Gospels mention her, and she plays a significant role…

The Liturgical Home: The Nativity of John the Baptist

Posted on June 23, 2023
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The Nativity of John the Baptist, celebrated on June 24th and also known as the Summer Christmas, Nativity of the Forerunner, or Johnmas (I love that one!), is the special day we commemorate John the Baptist’s birth. It was once a highly celebrated feast day, though it doesn’t receive the recognition it once did, which…

Christ is Risen! A Guide to the Easter Greeting

Posted on April 8, 2023
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From the first Easter morning to the present day, Christians around the world have hailed each other with the Easter Greeting: Alleluia! Christ is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! Alleluia! Jesus Christ is not dead, he is alive! Through his miraculous resurrection, sin and death have been defeated and we have been reconciled to God….

The Liturgical Home: Easter and Our Passover Lamb

Posted on April 6, 2023
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One Easter symbol that often goes overlooked is the lamb. When I would see little stuffed lambs in the Easter section of our local store, I tended to think the symbol was about spring and new life. That’s partly true, but the lamb represents so much more. The lamb represents Jesus, the lamb of God…

The Liturgical Home: Surprised by Easter

Posted on April 1, 2023
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I was surprised by Easter! Sure, I knew it was a time of great joy and celebration for Christians around the world. I knew that during Easter, we reflect on the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ and the hope that his resurrection brings to our lives. But there was so much I did…

The Liturgical Home: The Significance of Eggs in Easter

Posted on March 27, 2023
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With our series on “The Liturgical Home,” we aim to support families in discipleship to Christ through the wisdom of the Anglican tradition. Ashley is a wonderful guide, and we are thrilled to publish her new guidebook on Easter. It’s a book for all of Easter, for the entire 50 days. Let us keep the…