The Living Church Magazine

The Living Church keeps you informed about what’s happening in the Episcopal Church, Anglican Communion, and beyond. Published 20 times a year, every issue includes news and commentary on the issues of the day, plus reflections on ministry and theology.

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The Living Word

The Living Word is a new weekly email containing sermon resources to help engage the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the following Sunday. These include sermons from gifted preachers around the world, excerpts from classic homiletical, theological, and devotional texts, and articles on relevant themes from the archives of The Living Church, Covenant, and the Living Church Institute.

The Episcopal Musician’s Handbook

The Episcopal Musician’s Handbook is the essential tool for assisting clergy, musicians and laity in preparing meaningful worship in the Anglican tradition.


Illuminations is a lector’s aid for Sunday worship to encourage congregational comprehension. Each weekly downloadable PDF guide provides concise introductions to the lessons as listed in the Prayer Book Lectionary and Revised Common Lectionary.

Anglicans Believe Pamphlet Series

Anglicans Believe is a series of pamphlets produced by The Living Church, focused on classic topics of Anglican theology, such as faith, prayer, and the Eucharist. The series has been written with the needs of Episcopal parishes in mind and can be put in the hands of newcomers, those preparing for baptism and confirmation, or anyone interested in deepening their faith.

The Living Church Podcast

Hosted by Amber Noel, The Living Church Podcast explores topics in theology, the arts, ethics, pastoral care, and spiritual growth, reads from classic texts, and lifts up ecumenical voices — all to equip and encourage leaders in the Church. Guests have included: Rowan Williams, Ellen Davis, Ephraim Radner, Paul Zahl, film critic Josh Larsen, and the band Liturgical Folk.

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