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The Book of Common Prayer 2019 Released

The Anglican Church in North America has officially released the final texts for The Book of Common Prayer 2019.

In 2009, at the formation of the Anglican Church in North America, Archbishop Robert Duncan announced three goals for the province: to plant churches, to develop a Catechism, and to formulate a new version of the Book of Common Prayer. Duncan, who is also the Chair of the Liturgy Task Force, commented, “The prayer book has taken the longest. It had to be done right and it will shape our life for years to come, generations to come. Our mission is to reach North America with the transforming love of Jesus and, indeed, that’s what this prayer book [helps us do].” Read more…

Toward a New Anglican Psalter

Have you noticed that the Psalter texts in the Daily Office (Morning and Evening Prayer, Midday Prayer, Compline, and Family Prayer) and the Sunday Scripture inserts are different? Do you have any idea what the Coverdale Psalter is or what any of this means? Learn more about the Anglican Church in North America Liturgy Task Force’s historic project that they hope will be a gift to the global communion and generations of Anglicans to come: the Renewed Coverdale Psalter. Read more…


Archbishop Duncan Shares Liturgy Task Force Mandate

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