We Need Your Help to continue our work!
The Society has recently been expanding its work substantially both here and overseas. We have undertaken
  • work in Tanzania which has reached thousands of young people and where we plan a new edition of the classic Kiswhahili Prayer Book
  • a complete new volume of Catechesis to teach the faith in Parishes: I am His
  • arranged colloquia around the country on Daily Prayer and on Marriage

And now we are planning a major conference on Anglicanism Catholic and Reformed in February 2017.

All this has taken major investment, so there could be no better time to donate in support of our work !

You can donate now online here
and remember all donations are tax deductible!


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Latest News

Science and Faith at the PBS Conference and Two Panel Discussions



Dr Paul Julienne gave a presentation on the question :

How should science and faith relate to one another?

Audio of the Session is now available

Audio of the Session on Science and Faith at the PBS Conference 2017

In addition Audio is now available of two panel discussions:

In the First one, Dr Arnold Klukas opened a discussion of the challenges facing the Anglican liturgical heritage if it is to preserve authentic continuity.  He was joined in reflecting upon the different contexts of the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom by Fr Gavin Dunbar, Dr Jesse Billet and Fr. Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff.

William Murchison chaired a further panel on the implications for the future of the Anglican tradition of the Papers given at the Conference.

The Panel  featured Dr. Jesse Billett, Dr. Oliver O’Donovan,  Dr. Gillis Harp, Dr. Neil Robertson and Dr. George Westhaver, as well as the Editor of the PBS Journal, The Anglican Way print edition Dr. Roberta Bayer, Professor at Patrick Henry College.

Audio of two further Sessions including Dr Arnold Klukas opening the Session on Liturgy Now at the PBS 2017 Conference





What We Do

The Society exists to promote Anglican belief and worship as expressed in the Common Prayer tradition and Angli­can formularies since the first Book of Common Prayer of 1549, in the Church of England, and on through the 1928 Prayer Book down to the present day: worship is at the heart of Chris­tianity and the Common Prayer tradition is at the heart of Anglican worship.

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