How common is Common Worship?

By Emma Ash 25 January 2019  A member of The Community of St Anselm, Emma Ash, a youth worker, theologian, and a trustee of the Church of England’s National Estate Churches Network, reflects on the complexities of Common Worship, the C of E’s successor to the Book of Common Prayer. A few months ago, I … Continue reading “How common is Common Worship?”

Prayer book glossary to assist modern-day ordinands

By ACNS September 25, 2017 Copies of the Canadian Book of Common Prayer. Photo: Anglican Journal   The Book of Common Prayer was written in “a tongue understanded of the people;” but language evolves and what the common person understood in 1549 is not always as understood today. So the Prayer Book Society (PBS), a … Continue reading “Prayer book glossary to assist modern-day ordinands”