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The Prayer Book Tradition— A place to belong, a Faith to believe, and a Rule of life and worship.

We Need Your Help to continue our work!
The Society is continuing to expand its work substantially both here and overseas. We have undertaken
  • our first Conference in some decades, this last February and are now planning the next on 24-26th January 2018 in Savannah
  • a complete new volume of Catechesis to teach the faith in Parishes entitled: I am His
  • work in Tanzania which has reached thousands of young people and where we plan a new edition of the classic Kiswhahili Prayer Book
  • arranged colloquia around the country on Daily Prayer, Marriage and Liturgical Revision with further ones planned on Apologetics and Catechesis

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!

Latest News

The Advent 2017 Edition of the Anglican Way magazine is now out online!

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The Advent edition of the Society’s journal, The Anglican Way, is being made available to read online ahead of the print version — so do send us your e-mail address (to amacrad@hotmail.com) if you would like to get e-mail notifications of future editions and Society news more generally.

IN THIS EDITION:

The Articles of Religion (Part ii) 

The Reverend Gavin Dunbar, Society President

The Reformation: Evangelical and Catholic

Dr Roberta Bayer

The Society’s Continuing Mission in East Africa 

The Reverend Edward Rix, Society Vice President

The proposed  Comprehensive Revision”

of the Liturgy in the Episcopal Church

(A report of the Society’s Dallas Colloquium)

The Reverend Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff

The Annunciation

The Reverend Robert D. Crouse – a Sermon

And more…..

To read the full edition (in a searchable text format)

please click on the link below:

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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.

Prayer Book Churches
We —
  • Help these communities grow
  • Support parishes with literature and brochures
  • Contribute to authentic Anglican revival
About Us

Our Ministries

The Prayer Book Society has a growing portfolio of ministries in fulfillment of its goals. These currently include:

Become a Member

Please express your support for the work of the Society by making a financial contribution which will be greatly valued.

1

Receive our theological and liturgical resources de­signed to help strengthen both personal faith and parish life within the wider whole of our Anglican tradition.

2

Support the renewal of cla­ssical Anglicanism with its profound theology, commitment to spirituality and worship of God in the beauty of holiness in the Prayer Books.

3

Enrich and deepen your sense of unity with the daily prayer and devotions of An­glicans around the world who re­spond to the call to ‘a devout and holy life.’ (William Law)

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