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  1. Anglican Catechism by Edward Norman, 2003-05-01
  2. Authority in the Anglican Communion by S. W. Sykes, 1987
  3. Nineteenth-Century Anglican Theological Training: The Redbrick Challenge (Oxford Theological Monographs) by David Dowland, 1998-01-08
  4. The Mystery of Baptism in the Anglican Tradition by Kenneth E. Stevenson, 1998-08-01
  5. The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Anglican Tradition: What Happens at Holy Communion? by H. R. McAdoo, Kenneth W. Stevenson, 2008-12
  6. Anglican Identities by RowanWilliams, 2004-03-25
  7. Anglican Papalism: An Illustrated Hiistory 1900-1960 by Yelton, Michael, 2008-01-30
  8. Conversations With Scripture: The Gospel of Luke (Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars) by Frederick W. Schmidt, 2009-10-05
  9. Faithful Living, Faithful Dying: Anglican Reflections on End of Life Care by Jan C. Heller (editor) Cynthia B. Cohen (editor), Bruce Jennings (editor), et all 2000-04
  10. The Via Media of the Anglican Church Illustrated in Lectures, Letters and Tracts Written Between 1830 and 1841, Volume 2 by John Henry Newman, 2010-03-07
  11. Conversations With Scripture: The Gospel of John (Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars) (Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars Study Series) by Cynthia Briggs Kittredge, 2007-10-31
  12. Anglican Understanding Church by Paul Avis, 2000-01-01
  13. Holy Things and Profane: Anglican Parish Churches in Colonial Virginia by Dell Upton, 1997-02-27
  14. Conversations With Scripture: The Parables (Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars Study Series) by William Brosend, 2006-11-01

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42. Holy Trinity Church, North Saanich, BC Canada - Welcome To Our Church, Join Us F
Information on service times, location, and church events.
To be a warm and welcoming centre for fellowship, spiritual growth and worship, and to be a tangible witness of the love of God through outreach activities in the community. Our small picturesque church hosts three Sunday Services. The 8:00am service is a traditional said Prayer Book
Communion Service.
Our 9:00am service is more informal with a children's talk and Sunday School.
Our 10:30am service has a choir and a warm congregation.
This is a sung service. We would invite anyone looking for a church home to come along and visit us. Bob Baillie, Rector

43. Oremus Hymnal
1800+ lyrics; 900+ MIDIs; Episcopal/anglican Texts and tunes from 21 anglicanhymnals worldwide; hymn, tune, hymnal, liturgical, and lectionary indexes.
Support this Site First Line Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Tune Index A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Numerical Indexes to the Hymnals The Anglican Hymn Book, 1868 The Sarum Hymnal, 1869 The Church Hymnal, 1874 Church Hymnal (Church of Ireland), 1874 Church Hymns with Tunes, 1874 A Church of England Hymn Book, 1879 The Universal Hymn Book, 1885 The Church Hymnal, Revised and Enlarged, 1892 The Hymnal Companion, 1890 The Yattendon Hymnal, 1900 Church Hymns, New Edition, 1903 The English Hymnal, 1906 * The Book of Common Praise, 1908 The Hymnal 1916 Church Hymnal for the Christian Year, 1917 Church Hymnal (Church of Ireland), 1919 Church Hymnal Revised (Hutchins), 1920 The Oxford Hymn Book, 1925 Songs of Praise, 1925 Songs of Praise, Enlarged Edition, 1931 The Book of Common Praise, 1938 * The Hymnal 1940 * The Mirfield Mission Hymn Book, 1955 Church Hymnal (Church of Ireland), 1960 Anglican Hymn Book, 1965 The Hymn Book 1971 The Australian Hymn Book / With One Voice, 1977 The Hymnal 1982 * The New English Hymnal, 1985 * Hymns for Today's Church, second edition, 1988

44. St. Luke's Anglican Church - Mississauga, Ontario Canada.
Provides contact, location and service information. Includes a calendar of upcoming events, a parish directory and resources aimed at spiritual growth.
You are visiting our cyberchurch on: Welcome to WWW.STLUKEMISSISSAUGA.ORG WELCOME TO OUR WEB SITE the Internet home of St. Luke's Anglican Church in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (located just west of Toronto, Canada's largest city). On behalf of our pastor (The Rev. Larry O'Connor) and everyone at St. Luke's, we pray that God will richly bless you during your visit here. If you live in Mississauga, or within a reasonable distance of St. Luke's, we invite you to join us any Sunday morning. Our services are as follows: 8:30 (Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer)
10:30 a.m. (Holy Communion from the Book of Alternative Services). The 10:30 service also features a blend of traditional and contemporary Christian music, led by our choir and Joy in the Morning Our cybercongregation is growing! You are visitor
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since this counter was placed here in May 1998. Now that you have visited our cyberchurch, we invite you to visit the real thing! If you live within a reasonable distance of St. Luke's, or plan to visit the Toronto area, why not drop by and say hello. We'll save a seat for you this Sunday morning. Note: Counter is courtesy of: Fast Counter In just a few seconds, you will be automatically sent to our main entrance page. If the timer does not work properly with your browser, please use the following link:

45. An Anglican Liturgical Library
A collection of authorized and other texts used in the Church of England and inthe wider anglican Communion and elsewhere.
An Anglican Liturgical
WELCOME to this liturgical library, a collection of authorized and other texts used in the Church of England and in the wider Anglican Communion and elsewhere. This is 'the best and biggest Anglican library of texts' on the Web (the Church Times , 24th April 1998). Several people have contributed texts to this collection. If you have other material you would like to share then please email me . If the material is already on the WWW then I can link to it; if it is not I may be able to provide space for it. I hope to make this a comprehensive collection of material and links. Most of these texts are available here, formatted for viewing on the WWW. Some are available as Rich Text Format (or RTF) files, so they should be readable by most word processors on various platforms. A few others are plain text, depending on the source. Please follow this link to the table of contents. Simon Kershaw 2nd March 2001.

46. : : St. Alban's Anglican Church - Ottawa, Ontario, Canada : :
Includes an overview of the parish and people, history of the church, a schedule of services, information about the rector, staff, groups and their activities. Also provides an events calendar, related links and location information.
Home Site Menu - Home Who We Are - Staff
- Parish Life

- History

- Location
- Contact
What We Believe - Christianity
- Anglicanism

- Primates Meeting

- Same-Sex Blessings
- Bill C-38
Sunday Services - Overview
- 8:00 am

- 9:15 am
- 11:00 am ... - Evensong 7:00 pm Ministries - Bible Studies - Men's Group - Women's Group - Sunday School ... - Christianity Explored Intercession - Network - Federation - Prayer Alert Events Calendar - Bulletin Resources Download Sermons Recommended Reading Network Applications Links Welcome to St. Alban's Anglican Church. We are an evangelical church that believes in the Bible as the ultimate authority for our lives. We seek to help ordinary people become confident, joyful, disciples of Christ. We strive to be a church which evangelizes; builds community, especially through small groups; practices every member ministry; raises up new generations of disciples; worships with traditional and contemporary music; makes a difference in our homes, community, diocese and the world. St Alban's stands in alliance with Essentials Canada. We wish to remain in the worldwide Anglican Communion. We embrace and live by our orthodox Anglican heritage. It is our aim to arise, build, and step forward in strength and courage, in obedience to the word of God and in submission to the Holy Spirit. In the face of the growing crisis in the Anglican Church of Canada, we seek a way forward which is faithful to God. Our prayer is that day-by-day our Lord God would renew us by his Holy Spirit and reform us by His Holy Word so that all that is within us may bless his holy name.

47. Anglican Church In America
National body in the United States. Includes history, beliefs, news, and a parishlocator, includes some individual parish information pages.
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Church designed by Francis Greenway, and consecrated in 1824. Information on services, music, sacraments, parish groups and an online shop.
St James' King Street Sydney
"A house of prayer for all people, with a long tradition of cathedral style Anglican worship." Our vision:
To provide a place where we deepen our knowledge of God, we open ourselves to God's healing love, and we serve our neighbour with humility. The Parish Church of St James The Anglican Church of Australia, Diocese of Sydney For a copy of the latest parish Weekly News
click here

For details of next Sunday's services, see the last page. For the text of the Anglo-Catholic Forum lecture, Holy Things for Holy People: The Mission-Shaped Church and its Culture of Worship, delivered by the Rev'd Dr Andrew McGowan,
click here
For a new series of Parishioner Profiles
click here

A w elcome from the Rector
Welcome to the website of Saint James, King Street. We are one of the oldest Anglican parishes in Sydney, located at the top of King Street right next to Hyde Park in the heart of the central business district of the city. Our building, which was consecrated in 1824, is the oldest surviving church building in Sydney. This year we are celebrating 180 years of ministry to the city and continue to enjoy our relationships with people working in law, politics and commerce.

49. The Traditional Anglican Communion
wpe8.jpg (7043 bytes) The Traditional anglican Communion wpe8.jpg (7043 bytes) The Traditional anglican Communion (TAC) is a worldwide association of
The Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC) is a worldwide association of orthodox Anglican churches, working to maintain the catholic faith and resist the secularization of the Church. Our member churches comprise more than 400,000 members on 6 continents. We strive to faithfully carry the catholic message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a world which desperately needs it, and to preserve the "faith once delivered to the saints" in its Anglican form as the true and valid expression of that message. TAC ANNOUNCES TSUNAMI RELIEF FUND

50. St. Francis Anglican Church
A traditional anglican parish, using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and the 1940 Hymnal.
St. Francis Anglican Church
We, the people of St. Francis Anglican Church, appreciative of our rich tradition and apostolic heritage, are a diverse community empowered by the Holy Spirit, the sacraments, and through prayer. Using our individual gifts and talents, we are called to grow in Christian faith and love, to proclaim the Gospel values, and to minister, not only to the St. Francis Anglican Church family, but also to all people of God. With God's grace, we continue our apostolic mission, spreading the Good News and following our baptismal call to be the Body of Christ.
Telephone: 214.685.9532 - Fax: 214.827.0718 - P.O. Box 140182 - Dallas, Texas 75214
St. Francis Anglican Church, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) IRS tax exempt religious organization.
Your contributions support our parish

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51. Anglican Fellowship Of Prayer Home Page
Mission statement and background information, prayer requests, and details ofupcoming conferences.
God calls us to pray and to encourage and lead others into a life of prayer. For the Victims of Hurricane Katrina Merciful Lord, We beseech you to grant wisdom and perseverance to all who are involved in rescue efforts in the recent hurricane disaster on the Gulf Coast, healing to the sick, and comfort to those who mourn. We pray for the timely provision of food, clothing, and shelter, and the meeting of other needs, which are great. In Jesus' name, we ask that you be with those who suffer, and those who are helping to relieve suffering. Our cyberspace intercessory prayer ministry continues to grow. If you would like to join in this rewarding facet of our ministry, we would welcome you as an intercessor. For more information please send e-mail to If you have ideas for additional content for our new site, please feel free to contact us Your comments and suggestions are welcomed by

52. Church Of The Holy Redeemer
Oldest anglican Catholic parish in the Colorado Diocese offers contact information, parish history, a map with directions and information about parish organizations.

53. Anglican Communion Network ::
Click here to the event View all Events. © 2004 Network of anglican CommunionDioceses and Parishes. All Rights Reserved.
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Congregations provide way stations out of hell
Baton Rouge suddenly has become Louisiana's largest city as survivors of Hurricane Katrina pour out of New Orleans and other devastated cities to the south and east. Many churches in Baton Rouge, including Episcopal congregations affiliated with the Anglican Communion Network, have become visible ministries of mercy. St. Luke's Episcopal Church , an ACN parish a few miles east of downtown Baton Rouge, is in an ideal location to help a particular segment of Katrina's survivors: needy families who end up at Woman's Hospital. The hospital is at one of Baton Rouge's busiest intersections along Airline Highway, a major thoroughfare that takes drivers southeast to New Orleans. St. Luke's sits behind the hospital, and the two have long been friendly neighbors. Some employees of Woman's Hospital send their children to St. Luke's Episcopal Day School. Click on the button above to donate through PayPal. Please include "Hurricane Katrina Relief" in the memo line. The Rev. Ernest Saik, associate priest of St. Luke's, said the church began helping with Katrina relief by welcoming more than 90 children sent to its school from the hospital. Then the church provided shelter for expectant mothers among Katrina's survivors. It also began caring for parents of babies who require care from the intensive care unity at Woman's Hospital.

54. The Anglican Cathedral Of St. John The Baptist
Web site of the oldest anglican parish in Canada.
The oldest Anglican Parish in Canada - established in 1699 Home
Dean's Greeting


... Links Our thanks to the St. John's InfoNET for providing space
for this site.
Cathedral webmaster:
Andrew Reid

Last update:
4 September, 2005
Welcome to the official web site of the Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, in the diocese of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador. Established here in St. John's in 1699, this is the oldest Anglican parish in Canada. We invite you to explore the information provided here on these pages, following the directories along the left side of the pages.
We hope that you will come to the Cathedral if you visit St. John's, and please feel free to join us in worship any day of the week. During the Summer, please visit the Cathedral Crypt Tea Room Also - come to a Lunch-time concert and hear our organist! ~ The following NEW items are now online! ~ Music > Music List - September 2005 (pdf format) NEW Information Booklet > Click here to link to a new document created by Dr. David Tulett. This document contains detailed information about various aspects of our Parish (pdf format) Greetings from the Very Reverend Josiah W. Noel, T.S.S.F., Dean of Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador Every blessing in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ as you take this virtual tour.

55. Welcome To The Anglican Mission In America!
Official site. Includes an introduction to the movement, core values, questionsand answers, and resources.
Hurricane Katrina-the AMiA Responds The Latest News People in the News New AMiA Churches ... St. John's on Mission
For generations the United States and other nations in the ‘west’ sent missionaries, armed with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to the far reaches of the globe. But the light that was once America has dimmed, as we find ourselves in a deep state of spiritual need and hunger, searching for true meaning and significance. Particularly since 9/11, Americans are desperate for hope and direction that only the Gospel can provide. Read more...

A historic church and Christian community; information about the church and parish, Newsletter, parish calendar, archives of past sermons, Bible Search, Alpha Courses and related links.

It is characteristic of the anglican Reformation that the supreme and far reaching This loyalty to the Protestant character of the anglican Church has
Home Encyclopedia Summa Fathers ... A > Anglicanism A B C D ... Z
A term used to denote the religious belief and position of members of the established Church of England, and of the communicating churches in the British possessions, the United States (see E PISCOPAL C HURCH ), and elsewhere. It includes those who have accepted the work of the English Reformation as embodied in the Church of England or in the offshoot Churches which in other countries have adhered, at least substantially, to its doctrines, its organization, and its liturgy. Apart from minor or missionary settlements, the area in which Anglicanism is to be found corresponds roughly with those portions of the globe which are, or were formally, under the British flag.
To form a general idea of Anglicanism as a religious system, it will be convenient to sketch it in rough outline as it exists in the Established Church of England, bearing in mind that there are differences in detail, mainly in liturgy and church-government, to be found in other portions of the Anglican communion.

58. St. Thomas A'Becket
Newsletter and contact information.



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Anglican Orders
In the creed of the Catholic Church, Holy Order is one of the Seven Sacraments instituted by Our Lord Jesus Christ . Its office is to transmit and perpetuate those mystic powers of the priesthood whereby the Blessed Sacrament of the altar is consecrated and offered up in sacrifice ; and whereby alone the Sacraments of Confirmation Penance , and Extreme Unction can be validly administered. Holy Order is in three degrees: those of bishops priests , and deacons , the bishops possessing the priesthood in its plenitude, that is, with the power not only to exercise this ministry personally, but also to transmit it and the diaconate to others. Thus the bishop is the only minister of Holy Order, and for its valid administration it is essential that he
  • should himself have received a valid episcopal consecration, and
  • should use a rite in which are reserved all the essentials of validity as instituted by Christ.
To have received or failed to receive orders under these conditions is to be within or without the Apostolical succession of the Catholic ministry.

60. St. Timothy's Charleston, SC
West Ashley fellowship offers a schedule of services, parish history, directions, a newsletter, calendar, Rector's message and contact information.
Saint Timothy Anglican Catholic Church 1900 Parsonage Road, Charleston, South Carolina 29414 (843) 763-8873 WE'RE GLAD YOU COULD JOIN US ON OUR WEB PAGE. On behalf of the Vestry and Parishioners of St. Timothy's Anglican Catholic Church, I bid you welcome! St. Timothy's is a member of the Anglican Catholic Church in the Diocese of the South, The Right Reverend Mark Haverland, Bishop Ordinary. We use for our standard of worship the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and the King James Version of the Holy Bible. To find out more about the Anglican Catholic Church you can click on the "About Us" button at left or use the link below to go to the Anglican Catholic Church Web Site. We celebrate the Holy Eucharist on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m.; this is preceded by the office of Morning Prayer. The 1928 Book of Common Prayer is used for the office, and the American Missal is used for the Holy Eucharist. During the winter months we have a bible study class every other Sunday, and a discussion group on the other Sundays. We also provide a Nursery for the small children during the Sunday services and refreshments in the Parish Hall following the services. For our weekday service schedule please click on the "Schedule of Services" button at left. Should you need any further information you may E-mail the Rector using the "Rector" link below or call the church office at 843-763-8873. Oh, and to get a sense of our parish life, try our Current Events page. It usually has photos, so can take a minute to download. Please be patient!

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