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Overview

Corporate worship is a vital part of church health, and it takes a variety of forms around the world. This series delves into the crucial subject from an Anglican/Episcopalian perspective. A renowned cast of authors discuss how to involve children in services, introduce the various Bible translations, and provide meditations on hymns, liturgies for special occasions, and devotional prayers. The authors provide expert guidance not only for ministers, but also for church musicians and the laity.

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Interested in more on Anglican liturgy? Check out the Alcuin Club Collection.

Key Features

  • Brings together theoretical articles and practical planning strategies in a guide for worship
  • Demonstrates how to incorporate children into full participation with the worshiping community
  • Contains helpful material for clergy, worship committees, and church musicians

Product Details

Individual Titles

Admirable Simplicity: Principles for Worship Planning in the Anglican Tradition

  • Author: George Wayne Smith
  • Publisher: Church Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 166

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In a why-to rather than a how-to, George Wayne Smith outlines what makes Anglican worship unique. This sensible book is written for worship committees and lay people interested in what distinguishes Anglican worship. It does not propose the right way to do worship, nor is it a step-by-step planning guide. Rather, it surveys the nature of Anglican worship and the inherent simplicity within the rites and rubrics gleaned from primary and secondary sources in the tradition.

George Wayne Smith is the Episcopal bishop of Missouri and a graduate of Baylor University. He also holds advanced and professional degrees from Baylor, Nashotah House, and the University of the South. He has chaired liturgy commissions in two dioceses and is a member of the Association of Diocesan Liturgy and Music Commissions.

As We Gather to Pray: An Episcopal Guide to Worship

  • Editors: Marilyn L. Haskel and Clayton L. Morris
  • Publisher: Church Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 160

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These 13 fascinating essays bring together theoretical articles and practical planning strategies to create a how-to guide for worship. The editors have compiled the work of 18 lay people and clergy actively serving the Church today in a variety of ministries. Article topics include style in worship, liturgical space, dance, the role of the arts, and small church issues. The planning strategies describe how to form a parish worship committee to evaluate worship, welcome children, design service leaflets, compose intercessions, and celebrate the Easter Triduum. The book is ideal for instruction or discussion in worship committees or parish study groups.

Marilyn L. Haskel is the program manager for liturgical arts and new initiatives at Trinity Wall Street and is an organist, choral conductor, composer, and liturgist. In 2010 she was a Composer Fellow of Melodious Accord, Inc., studying with Alice Parker. Marilyn served as chair for the Standing Commission on Church Music of the Episcopal Church and as music editor at Church Publishing, Inc. She has held several leadership roles in the Association of Anglican Musicians and is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada.

Clayton L. Morris is the liturgist for the gathering and liturgical officer for the Episcopal Church. Working in the Church Center, he provides staff support for the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music. He assists the presiding bishop with tasks like planning liturgy for Convention and provides a communication link among the dozen or so national organizations. He holds a degree in organ performance from Willamette University, an MDiv from the Church Divinity School of the Pacific, and MA and PhD degrees in theology from the Graduate Theological Union. He was ordained priest in the Diocese of California in January of 1972. For over 30 years he has served as curate, rector, organist-choirmaster, and director of liturgy and music in several California congregations. He has also taught courses in church music.

Children at Worship: Congregations in Bloom

  • Author: Caroline Fairless
  • Publisher: Church Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 192

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Caroline Fairless shows how a parish can incorporate its children into full participation with the worshiping community. As Fairless demonstrates, the full participation of children in corporate worship, while not a simple matter, is deeply rewarding. An introduction by Louis Weil, professor at Church Divinity School of the Pacific, provides the theological rationale for the inclusion of all baptized members in the worship life of the community.

Caroline Fairless is the director of children at Worship: Congregations in Bloom, a grass-roots organization serving congregations of any denomination or faith. Caroline has served on liturgical design teams for national and diocesan conferences for 10 years. She is the former vicar of Holy Family Church in Half Moon Bay, California. Holy Family has been lifted up as a model for family worship across the country and abroad, and has been featured in diocesan newspapers and Episcopal Life.

Choosing a Bible for Worship, Teaching, Study, Preaching, and Prayer

  • Author: Donald Kraus
  • Publisher: Seabury Books
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 112

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How do we choose among all the different Bible translations available today? How do we know which is the right one for specific situations? And how do we understand the philosophies behind these translations? Oxford Bible editor Donald Kraus surveys 25 different Bible translations and discusses the general principles of translation, specific illustrations of difficult texts, the range of translation choices available, and the advantages and disadvantages of different translation philosophies.

If you have ever asked, “Which Bible should I buy?” this book is for you. Donald Kraus is the perfect guide to a better understanding of what we can expect from Bible translations today and which may be best for our purposes.

Daniel J. Harrington, professor of New Testament, Weston Jesuit School of Theology

Donald Kraus is the executive editor for Bibles at Oxford University Press, where he has been professionally involved with assessing, publishing, describing, and defending different Bible translations for more than 20 years. A lifelong Episcopalian, he is a member of St. Paul’s-on-the-Green in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Awake, My Soul! Meditating on Hymns for Year B

  • Author: Nancy Roth
  • Publisher: Church Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 260

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Nancy Roth works through year B in the liturgical calendar in this volume of historical vignettes and thoughtful meditations. Besides being a personal resource for spiritual exercises, these meditations provide stimulating material for preparing bulletin notes, newsletter articles, or sermons.

Nancy Roth is an Episcopal priest, retreat leader, author, dancer, and musician. She is an assisting priest at Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin, Ohio, and travels widely as a retreat conductor and workshop leader offering classes on the integration of body and spirit.

Book of Occasional Services

  • Publisher: Church Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 364

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A supplement to Common Worship, this book provides worship services for many of the important and widely used services not covered in Common Worship. This new edition presents the liturgies for discerning a church mission, commissioning a church planter, and using secular space. It also includes blessings, prayers, and hymn suggestions. This new material was authorized by the 2003 General Convention.

Prayer Book Rubrics Expanded

  • Author: Byron Stuhlman
  • Publisher: Church Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 248

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This book is a liturgical manual that discusses each service of the Church according to shape, theology, past practice, and varieties of local expression. It contains helpful material not only for clergy and worship committees, but also for church musicians.

Byron Stuhlman is the rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Waterville, New York, and author of Redeeming the Time and Occasions of Grace.