Remaining Prayer Book Working Texts Now Available

Nearly all the remaining working texts proposed for the Book of Common Prayer 2019, approved by the College of Bishops in January, are now available online as PDF and Word documents at  Of special interest immediately will be the proposed rites for Ash Wednesday and Holy Week.  For those who employ the Great Litany during Lent, that working text is also now available. 
Feedback on all the newly released texts, as well as the texts that have previously been made available since 2013, is invited from every member of the Anglican Church at
More than 400 feedback emails have been received and catalogued over the last three years.  The Liturgy Task Force is now beginning to consider, evaluate, and incorporate these responses.  The Liturgy Task Force has now also adopted its feedback consideration schedule: by the end of 2017 the Task Force hopes to finalize the texts for the offices and eucharists and then will use 2018 to finalize all the other Prayer Book texts.  Those wishing to help the Church achieve the best possible worship texts for its 2019 Book of Common Prayer should keep this consideration schedule in mind. 

Registration underway for Assembly 2017: Mission on Our Doorstep

ACNA Provincial Assembly 2017
Mission on Our Doorstep: Global Family, Local Mission, Shared Gospel

The mission of God doesn’t require a plane ticket. Our neighborhood, our city, our country is ready and needy for the lived Good News.  Assembly 2017 is open to everyone, and will draw Anglican leaders and members from across North America, and the world.

Assembly 2017 will include worship, plenary speakers, and workshops.  In addition we are working on unique tracks for Youth, Caminemos Juntos! (Hispanic ministry), Church Planting, Multiethnic Ministries, Worship Arts, Prayer Ministry and much, much more!

The link below begins the registration process.  If you need more information before beginning registration click here for MissionOnOurDoorstep.