Robust Conversation on Prayer Book Revision

The essays collectively provide a careful reflection on where we are as a church with the current 1979 Book of Common Prayer. The assumption is that if we are to talk about revision, we must first recognize the revolution of the liturgical movement, and second, ask if we as a church have actually lived into its vision.

ACNA Marks 10th Anniversary With New Prayer Book

In July 2018, while General Convention was in Austin debating a 12-year, $8 million proposal to revise the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, a different prayer book project was moving toward fruition.

Many Bishops Reticent on Revision

David Rice: “I have no idea where we’re going to be nine or 12 years’ time, but … it’s not going to be contained in a book.”

Funerals, Creeds, Baptisms

By Steve Waring • “No single prayer or statement can convey the entirety of the Christian faith.”