Let Us Pray: An Introduction to the Book of Common Prayer
Roderick Dugliss, Ph.D.
March 26 – May 18, 2012
Registration Deadline: March 22, 2012
Pick up a prayer book in any Episcopal Church that still has them available in the pew and you will see a grey line marking frequently-used pages. This survey of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer goes through and beyond the “dirty pages.” Why those pages and not others? What can we learn about and from the rest of this book? The prayer book holds the key to the phrase, “our prayer shapes our belief.” This course is a very basic introduction to the Book of Common Prayer and its use in the liturgical life of The Episcopal Church. We will explore the entire book to discover what that means for Episcopalians today.
Roderick Dugliss is Dean of the School for Deacons in the Diocese of California. He has served as a teaching missionary in Japan and for many years had a career higher education and in the business world. He has served on the board of the Association for Episcopal Deacons and teaches and leads retreats for deacons throughout The Episcopal Church. Rod holds a PhD in political science from Duke University.
This course is required for the Essential Anglican Studies series. 2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available.
Register by March 10: $190
Register by March 22: $225
Check the Registration Page for groups whose members can receive the scholarship rate of $175 for this course.
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