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In Spirit and Truth

A Vision of Episcopal Worship

In Spirit and Truth

A Vision of Episcopal Worship

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Publisher: Church Publishing
ISBN: 9781640652989
Number of Pages: 208
Published: 17/12/2020
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.9 cm

An invitation to a conversation about the direction of our worship life. The Anglican colloquium of the North American Academy of Liturgy acknowledged the need for a collection of insights to aid in the liturgical formation of the Episcopal Church as we move into liturgical revision. The volume's contributions have been shaped around the clauses of resolution A068, looking at the ways in which parishes and individuals can live into this time of revision and creativity. With a shared understanding of our deepest held Christian values, the editors look forward to what the future brings for our collective worship lives and our missional lives as bearers of Christ to a troubled and broken world. This volume provides churches with tools for intelligent, cogent, accessible historical and theological conversation illuminating the way forward for the Episcopal branch of the Jesus movement.

Samuel Torvend, Kevin J. Moroney, Stephanie Budwey

The Very Rev. Sylvia Sweeney, PhD is Dean and President of Bloy House, the Episcopal Theological School at Los Angeles where she also teaches Liturgics and Homiletics. Before coming to Bloy House in 2009, she was a parish priest in congregations in Montana, Idaho, and California. She is the author of Ecofeminist Perspective on Ash Wednesday and Lent (Peter Lang Publishing, 2009) and Winged with Longing for Better Things (Church Publishing, November 2019). A core theme of her teaching and writing is how a well-developed twenty-first-century baptismally centered theology of the church offers essential common ground for conversation and cooperation between scholars and (lay and ordained) ministers.

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