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A Wing A Wing and a Prayerand a Prayer
A Message of Faith and Hope
By Katharine Jefferts Schori / Paperback / February 2007

Katharine Jefferts Schori is a bishop on the move -- she pilots her plane to remote parishes around the sprawling diocese of Nevada and shares her passionate message of reconciliation and peace. As the first female primate in the 500-year history of Anglicanism, she'll have the opportunity to speak to a far wider audience. This book will be the vehicle for introducing Bishop Jefferts Schori and her platform to the wider Church.    

Why Why I Am Stil an AnglicanI Am Still an Anglican:
Essays and Conversations
by Caroline Chartres, editor / Paperback / Mar 2007

This book asks fifteen prominent Anglicans why they are still in the church and what they love about it. The contributors have been chosen because they represent Anglicanism in all its range and diversity and remain positive about the church and their place in it. This is a personal, partial and affectionate (though by no means uncritical) glimpse of the Anglican Church, whose diversity should still - most of the time - be a cause for celebration. This book was published in England and the essays reflect the British perspective.

Anglicanism: Anglicanism
A Very Short Introduction
by Mark Chapman / Paperback / June 2006

Mark Chapman highlights the diversity of contemporary Anglicanism by exploring its fascinating history, theology, and structures. Putting the history and development of the religion into context, Chapman reveals what it is that holds Anglicanism together despite the recent crises that threaten to tear it apart.

Holy The EpiscopaliansHospitality
Worship and the Baptismal Covenant
by Clayton L. Morris / Paperback / Dec 2005

In this lively and accessible guide, Clayton Morris argues that everyone present on Sunday mornings has a ministry of hospitality, coming together in a proclamation of welcome to all. Clayton Morris is the Episcopal Church's staff officer for liturgy and music. The wisdom he offers in Holy Hospitality is drawn from his many years of experience as a parish priest.


The The EpiscopaliansEpiscopalians
by David Hein and Gardiner H., Jr. Shattuck / Paperback / September 2005

The story of the Episcopalians in America is the story of an influential denomination that has furnished a disproportionately large share of the American political and cultural leadership. Beginning with the denomination's roots in 16th-century England, this book offers a fresh account of the Episcopal Church's rise to prominence in America. The authors pay particular attention to the established leadership of the Episcopal Church, as well as to the experience of the ordinary layperson, the form and function of sacred space, developments in church parties and theology, relations with other Christian communities, and the evolving roles and status of women and minorities.

Give Give Us GraceUs Grace: An Anthology of Anglican Prayers
by Christopher L. Webber / Hardcover / May 2004

Anglican Christians are the heirs to a rich tradition. No other family of churches has been praying in English as long as the Anglicans, whose prayers have been dominated by the rhythm and beauty of the Book of Common Prayer. Anglicans blend what is best from the Celtic, Orthodox Christian, and Roman Catholic traditions, and add to them ideas important to Anglicans -- nature, incarnation, social justice, and more - to create unique and often beautiful prayers. Give Us Grace provides an overview of Anglican prayers from the beginning of that tradition up to the present day. A collection that spans the ages and the continents, the book is arranged chronologically, from writers such as Miles Coverdale and Thomas Cranmer, through the sixteenth-century, and continuing with contemporary writers such as Desmond Tutu, David Adam, Madeleine L'Engle, and others. Biographies of each writer are provided. Prayers from a variety of Anglican prayer books, such as the First Primer of Edward VI, the New Zealand Prayer Book, and prayer books from South Africa, Kenya, Japan, Canada, Australia, and others also are included. Give Us Grace is an excellent reference tool, a valuable devotional resource, and an ideal gift.

Brahmin Brahmin ProphetProphet:
Phillips Brooks and the Path of Liberal Protestantism

By Gillis J. Harp / Paperback / October 2003

Phillips Brooks, Episcopal priest and bishop of Boston, was undeniably one of the most popular preachers of Gilded Age America and the author of the beloved Christmas carol, O Little Town of Bethlehem. However, very few critical studies of his life and work exist. In this insightful book, Gillis J. Harp places Brooks's religious thought in its proper historical, cultural, and ecclesiastical contexts while clarifying the sources of Brooks's inspiration. The result is a fuller, richer portrait of this luminous figure and of this transitional era in the Episcopal Church and American protestantism.

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Not Not Angels, but anglicansAngels, but Anglicans
A History of Christianity in the British Isles
Edited by Henry Chadwick / Paperback / April 2001

Published in association with the Church Times, this comprehensive and detailed bestseller charts the story of the growth and development of Christianity in the British Isles -- a tale of courageous mission, saintly deeds, sacrifice and political intrigue. Anyone who is interested in learning about this Church would benefit from reading this very interesting, very readable (and colorfully illustrated) book.

Always Always OpenOpen
Being an Anglican Today
by Richard Giles / Paperback / February 2005

Anglicans above all are pragmatists, followers of the Great Pragmatist of Nazareth who, in telling the story of the two sons&emdash;one of whom was full of wind and one of whom got the job done&emdash;came down heavily on the side of work rather than words (Matt. 21:28). ...Cast iron certainties are inappropriate when we can never be sure how God will choose to surprise us next. It might be in a carpenterÕs son from a one -- horse town called Nazareth, or in the stranger in need of a bed for the night, or in the person that others want to banish from the church. One can never be too sure: best to remain open, always.


101 Reasons to be an Episcopalian101 Reasons to be Episcopalian
compiled by Louie Crew / Paperback / April 2003

"The Episcopal Church is a secret too well kept," says compiler Louie Crew. "Many are starved for what we experience daily and too easily take for granted." With these words, Crew invited thousands of people online to participate in creating a list of reasons to be Episcopalian. Portions of that list, and many additional contributions, fill this charming, pocket-sized celebration of the Episcopal Church. These 101 thoughtful, poignant, and sometimes humorous responses not only entertain but also teach about the Church's gifts. From the beauty of its prayer and liturgy to its inclusiveness and its reliance on Scripture, tradition, and reason in balance with one another, there is much to celebrate in the Anglican/Episcopal tradition.

Anglican Anglican IdentitiesIdentities
by Rowan Williams / Paperback / January 2004

Is there an "Anglican identity"? Or is living with the tension between different temperaments and histories itself at the heart of the genius of Anglicanism? Anglican Identities draws together studies and profiles by Rowan Williams that sympathetically explore approaches to scripture, tradition, and authority that are very differentóyet at the same time distinctively Anglican. Williams resists easy characterizations and makes surprising connections between apparently opposing positions. Anglican Identities conveys the richness of the Anglican mosaic without ducking the difficult question of how far diversity can stretch before a common tradition begins to fragment.

Glorious CompanionsGlorious Companions: Five Centuries of Anglican Spirituality
by Richard H. Schmidt / Hardcover / April 2002

This wonderful compendium of religious biographies offers a look inside the hearts and minds of significant shapers of Anglican spirituality over the past five centuries &emdash; Thomas Cranmer, John Donne, George Herbert, John Wesley, Dorothy Sayers, C. S. Lewis, Madeleine L'Engle, and many more. Covering twenty-nine of the most influential Anglican figures from the sixteenth century to the present, Richard H. Schmidt deftly chronicles their lives and work while capturing at the same time the deep personal faith that they have managed to communicate so powerfully to the rest of the world.

A Priest foreverA Priest Forever: One Woman's Controversial Ordination in the Episcopal Church
by Carter Heyward / Paperback / June 1999 *

Twenty-five years ago, before an altar in Philadelphia, eleven women shook the foundations of their church&emdash;by being ordained as priests. Carter Heyward, one of the eleven, tells her story of struggle, doubt, and, ultimately, faith. A Priest Forever was first published in 1975, two years after the controversial ordinations. This 1999 edition contains a new preface by Heyward and an afterward by fellow priest Suzanne Radley Hiatt, another of the eleven

The The BishopsBishops  
by Trevor Beeson / Hardcover / April 2002

The Episcopal bench [of the Church of England] has been occupied by a colourful assembly of courtiers, aristocrats, scholars, headmasters, social reformers, controversialists, heretics and some godly pastors. In this lively and entertaining volume, Trevor Beeson describes many of the greatest and most engaging among them. With a wealth of amusing detail and anecdote, as well as a skillful marshalling of the essential facts, he brings the bishops alive, and considers their significance in the social and ecclesiastical history of their times.

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Love's Love's Redeeming WorkRedeeming Work : The Anglican Quest for Holiness
by Geoffrey Rowell (Editor), Kenneth Stevenson (Editor), Rowan Williams / Hardcover / Nov 2001

There is an immensely rich tradition of writing from the Anglican tradition that has helped to form the spirituality and theology of the contemporary church. This major new work draws together the writings of most of the major writers from the sixteenth century to the present day who have contributed to this development. Each writer is introduced briefly, and then extracts from major works are reproduced, with clear guides to the source texts from which the material has been drawn.

Being AnglicanBeing Anglican
(Exploring Faith-Theology for Life)
by Alistair Redfern / Paperback / June 2001

Alastair Redfern, Bishop of Grantham, explores the idea of Anglican identity through a study of major figures from Richard Hooker to Michael Ramsey, focusing on their contribution to contemporary thinking about Christian spirituality, worship, mission, theology and ministry. The book also examines the development of a world-wide Anglican Communion and the social and intellectual challenges posed to Anglicanism by the modern world.

An An Episcopal Dictionary of the ChurchEpiscopal Dictionary of the Church:
A User-Friendly Reference for Episcopalians
Edited by Donald S. Armentrout and Robert Boak Slocum / Paperback / Sep 2005

Updated with a new cover, this is an indispensable resource for your home or parish office. With more than 3,000 clearly written entries, this book will be a handy, quick, general reference for Episcopalians, both lay and ordained. "If you can't find your rochet from your chimere, a tunicle from a maniple, or just love a good linguistic ramble, this is the place for you. It's a wonderful resource." --Patricia Nakamura, The Living Church

dictionary for EpiscopaliansA Dictionary for Episcopalians
by John N. Wall, Philippa J. Anderson (Illustrator) Paperback / June 2000

For many worshippers on Sunday in an Episcopal church, the intricacies of the liturgy do not occupy much thought beyond where in the prayer book we're reading from right now. Still, the Episcopal Church derives its current liturgy from a vast and rich tradition stretching back hundreds of years. The dictionary provides a thorough explanation of the liturgy, the vestments, the church architecture, the beliefs, and even the polity. Alphabetized by item, almost everything you might think of to ask about it is defined and discussed somewhere, from ambulatory to narthex. Even the most grizzled Episcopalian veteran might have difficulty telling you the difference between a rochet and a chimere, but it's spelled out plainly here. If it's not in this dictionary, it probably doesn't even HAVE a name. A very valuable reference. -- Douglas R. Briggs for Amazon.com

Anglican Anglican Young People's DictionaryYoung People's Dictionary
by June A. English and Dorothy Thompson Perez
Paperback / Sep 2004

The Anglican Young People's Dictionary is a concise, engaging, easy-to-read dictionary of some 150 often-used but frequently misunderstood words used by Anglicans. Written in an approachable, kid-friendly style, it's an excellent resource for teens approaching Confirmation, as well as students in parish Christian formation programs. It's also a useful tool for parents and parish educators, and a handy reference for church newcomers.

Study of AnglicanismStudy of Anglicanism
Edited by Stephen Sykes, John Booty, Jonathan Knight
Paperback / September 1998

In this authoritative volume, thirty-one of the world's leading Anglican scholars present the first sustained and thorough account of the history and ethos of the Churches of the Anglican Communion from the anglican reform of the sixteenth century to its global witness today. Thoroughly revised, augmented, and updated, this new edition of The Study of Anglicanism offers a comprehensive interpretation of the character of Anglicanism---including its history, theology, worship, standards and practices, and its future prospects worldwide. A fascinating and unique work, it remains the one indispensable key to this rich and pluriform heritage for both the general reader and the student.

Thomas CranmerThomas Cranmer : A Life
by Diarmaid MacCulloch / Paperback / March 1998 *

Thomas Cranmer was the architect of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. He was the Archbishop who guided England through the early Reformation, and Henry VIII through the minefields of divorce. From this account, Cranmer emerges as a sharply-focussed figure, more conservative early in his career than admirers have allowed, more evangelical than Anglicanism would later find comfortable. His legacy is his contribution to the shape and structure of English speech and, through his Prayer Book, to the moulding of an international language and the theology it expressed.

Reclaiming the Great CommissionReclaiming the Great Commission : A Practical Model for Transforming Denominations and Congregations
by Claude E. Payne, Hamilton Beazley / Hardcover / June 2000

A powerfully effective program for rejuvenating church life and increasing membership by recapturing the vibrancy of the church's original mission-for congregations, clergy, and church leaders everywhere. In an age of declining membership in mainline churches, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas is bucking the trend. Memberships and attendance are up, and people everywhere are beginning to look to this diocese as a powerful model for how denominations can truly be of value to their member churches. Reclaiming the Great Commission presents the inspiring story of how the Episcopal Diocese of Texas adopted a missionary model that transformed it into a "community of miraculous expectation."

Celebrating the SaintsCelebrating the Saints: Devotional Readings for Saints' Days
by Christopher L. Webber, Robert Atwell Compilers / Hardcover / October 1, 2001

This beribboned devotional is attractive, informative and easy to use. Arranged according to the saints' days of the Episcopal Church and the Church of England, these readings include entries on ancient saints such as John Chrysostom and Athanasius, as well as more recent Christian figures like Dietrich Bonhoeffer. There are some important historical documents here, including the introduction to William Tyndale's New Testament (1526) and Sojourner Truth's much-disputed "Ain't I a Woman?" speech (1851). The collection can be a bit hodgepodge, but it effectively highlights the spiritual traditions of Christianity in general and Episcopalianism in particular.-- Publishers Weekly

LutheransLutherans and Episcopalians Together
A Guide to Understanding
by G. Scott Cady and Christopher L. Webber / Paperback / May 2001

With the signing in the year 2000 of the agreement Called to Common Mission, the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America entered into a relationship of full communion and shared mission for the future. This comprehensive guide to the theology, history, worship, parish life, and church government of the Anglican and Lutheran traditions is designed to meet the challenge of bringing this agreement to life in our congregations. It provides a basis for growth and discussion among individuals and study groups who seek to know more about the worship, traditions, and polity of our two churches.

To Be a PilgrimTo Be a Pilgrim
The Anglican Ethos in History
by Frederick Quinn / Hardcover / April 2001 *

What did Charles Darwin, Samuel Coleridge, C.S. Lewis and Dorothy Sayers have in common? They were all members of the Church of England, whose Anglican faith informed their thought. Quinn offers a proud ode to Anglican particularity, though the sweeping scope of the book--which begins with St. Patrick and closes with the late 20th century--makes for some overly tidy generalizations. (Since Anglican history is so intimately tied with the history of the entire British Empire, Quinn is geographically as well as chronologically ambitious.) Quinn writes well, despite a few dry patches, and includes welcome excerpts from primary sources. -- Publishers Weekly

Anglican VisionThe Anglican Vision (Vol. 1)
By James E. Griffiss / Paperback / 1997

In this first volume to the New Church's Teaching Series James Griffiss provides an introduction to the Anglican tradition. He focuses especially on Anglicanism's ability to hold together theological continuity (especially the emphasis on the Incarnation) with social and cultural change.

The New Church's Teaching Series presents and explores basic claims and questions about the Christian faith and the Episcopal Church, revealing the distinctive vision Anglicanism offers for the people of God today . Click here to review the other volumes in this series.






Can Our Church Live?
By Alice Mann / Paperback / April 2000

Drawing on her years as a pastor and consultant, Mann offers real-life survival stories and details practical options for congregations, leadership challenges for laity and clergy, ways to work with denominations and discussion questions for use in congregational planning. An Episcopal priest, Alice Mann has pastored six congregations, and currently is senior consultant for the Alban Institute with an emphasis on growth strategies, leadership skills, strategic planning, and spirituality. For two decades she served in the dual roles of local pastor and nationally recognized consultant-trainer in the field of parish development.
"Alice Mann's latest contribution should be required reading in all seminaries and on the desk of every informed church leader." -- Arlin J. Rothauge, Executive Director, Seabury Institute, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary.

Next GenerationGathering the Next Generation:
Essays on the Formation and Ministry of GenX Priests
by N. J. A. Humphrey, Editor, Forward by Frank T. Griswold , III
Paperback / June 2000

This collection of essays was written by a group of priests that are relatively rare in the Episcopal Church-priests under 35 years of age. In 1997 only 296 Episcopal clergy were from the group commonly known as Generation X; they comprise only 3.5% of the ordained people in full time ministry in the Church. Inspired by that statistic some GenX priests and seminarians organized a conference called Gathering the NeXt Generation, which was held at Virginia Theological Seminary in June 1997. These essays, while not the actual papers given at the conference, are the result of that conversation and the ones that continue among GenX priests in the Episcopal Church.

The range of issues for GenX priests and for their ministry into the new millenium are important ones for the whole church. As we approach a clergy shortage (due to retirements) in the Episcopal Church, will we continue to discourage young men and women from entering the ordination process, asking them to come back when they have some life experience? Some contributors also consider new models of ministry: the return of the concept of curacy, the possibilities for bi-vocational ministry and the renewal of campus ministry. Others help us look through the eyes of GenX priests and parishioners, including those who are Black or pregnant, and see the Church through a very different lens. For all who care about the future of the Episcopal Church, this volume, written in the voices of those who will be our future-is a must-read.

Stone CarversThe Stone Carvers:
Master Craftsmen of Washington National Cathedral
by Marjorie Hunt / Hardcover / Nov 1999 *

Marjorie Hunt presents the lives and careers of two Italian-American master stone carvers, Roger Morigi and Vincent Palumbo, who have spent decades creating the sculptural works, such as gargoyles, grotesques, capitals, pinnacles, saints, and angels, that embellish Washington National Cathedral. Exploring the carvers' underlying aesthetic attitudes, Hunt reveals the spirit of creativity and mastery that infuses their work.



OfferingOffering the Gospel to Children
by Gretchen Wolff Pritchard

"This book challenges the tendency of adult teachers to stick with easy stories and conventional moralisms. Instead she offers ways to treat the hard parts of the Bible forthrightly and helpfully so that the entire gospel may make its impact on children. This book should be read by everyone who is serious about sharing God's good news with children." -Theodore Eastman, Bishop of Maryland



Welcome to Episcopal ChurchWelcome to the Episcopal Church
An Introduction to Its History, Faith, and Worship
by Christopher Webber, Frank T. Griswold III / paper / Dec 1999

The perfect book for inquirers and new members, Welcome to the Episcopal Church is also a book for current Church members who may be unfamiliar with some of the Church's history, beliefs, and practices. This brand new introduction to the history, polity, spirituality, worship, and outreach of the Episcopal Church is written in an easy-to-read conversational tone, and includes study questions at the end of each chapter, making it an excellent resource for adult parish study.

Welcome Welcome to Sundayto Sunday
An Introduction to Worship in the Episcopal Church
by Christopher L. Webber / Paperback / December 2002

This book serves as a short introduction to the Episcopal Church's Sunday service. Newcomers to the church especially are helped to understand "what is happening" during Sunday Eucharist. Episcopal priest Christopher Webber takes the reader from the sidewalk outside the church, guides them through the service, and sends them out again when the service has ended. It is a good companion volume to "Welcome to the Episcopal Church" (above).

Welcome Welcome to the Church Yearto the Church Year
An Introduction to the Seasons of the Episcopal Church
by Vicki K. Black / Paperback / September 2004

With an array of colors and an assortment of rich traditions, Episcopalians move through the Church year, marking the days and seasons that tell the story of Christ in our lives -- in history and today. This book -- written for newcomers to the Episcopal Church as well as lifelong members -- takes readers by the hand and leads them through the Church year, from the first Sunday of Advent through the last Sunday of Pentecost.



Into to the Episcopal Church

An Introduction to the Episcopal Church
by Joseph B. Bernardin / Paperback / Mar 1992

Comprehensive, yet highly readable, with chapters on the Church's history, government, ritual, doctrine and moral law.





What Anglicans Believe


What Anglicans Believe
in the 21st Century

by David L. Edwards / Paperback / Oct 1999

The author's perspective: "A careful reading of the New Testament shows great differences among the twelve men first called by Jesus to follow him. The religion of the New Testament was not uniform, and there is no good reason why Christianity today should be."


Brief History of Episcopal Church


A Brief History of the Episcopal Church
by David L. Holmes / paperback / Dec 1993
A Brief History of the Episcopal Church is an outstanding tour through the history of the Episcopal church, from its earliest days to the present. In fewer than 200 pages Holmes covers a wide range of persons, groups, and subjects and does so with flair and wit.


Finding Home:
Stories of Roman Catholics Entering the Episcopal Church
by Christopher L. Webber / Paperback / Jan 1997

The stories of men and women who left the church of their childhood for a number of different reasons. Their journeys into the Episcopal Church also raise larger issues of conversion, discernment, hospitality, including, church membership, theology, and belonging. Finding Home provides the reader with a great deal of "food for thought" and a framework to consider themselves and their own situations with respect to membership in their church. This book has been helpful to others who have made similar journeys of faith.



Evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail:
Why Evangelicals Are Attracted to the Liturgical Church
by Robert E. Webber / Paperback / Feb 1989

Why have evangelicals, some in leadership positions, crossed over into the liturgical traditions? What is the attraction? Robert Webber suggests some answers by describing the spiritual pilgrimage that led him into the Episcopal Church. And he invites six other evangelicals who made similar pilgrimages to share their stories. Evangelicals who have made the journey to a liturgical church have found companionship in this book.


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