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The Apostle Magazine

Check out the newly formatted Apostle Magazine. In this issue, you’ll find more stories, more authors, and an expanded format which allows for in-depth profiles of everyday Anglicans from around North America.

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Download the New Anglican Church in North America App

Stay up-to-date and follow the Anglican Church in North America through the new app!

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2019 Book of Common Prayer

The Anglican Church in North America is pleased to announce the release of The Book of Common Prayer 2019. Hard copies were released at Assembly 2019 are now available for order. Texts are also available for download at the new BCP website.

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COVID-19: Resource Page

Looking for one place to find helpful and relevant resources during this crisis? 

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Day of Prayer and Fasting

On Good Friday, members of The Presbyterian Church of America (PCA), the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) and the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) will share prayer resources and fast.

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Livestreams of Services Across the Province

Unable to attend a Sunday service? Access services across the Anglican Church in North America via livestream here.

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Learn How to Livestream Worship and Run Meetings Online

Livestreaming worship and holding online meetings are two timely topics as congregations and dioceses navigate the days ahead. 

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“A Great Cloud of Witnesses in the Cloud” as Anglicans Worship Online

Jeff Walton of the Institute on Religion & Democracy highlights how Anglicans are adjusting to online worship during coronavirus restrictions.

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Provincial Council 2020 Moves Online

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and the uncertainty about the possibility of traveling and meeting in the days ahead, Provincial Council 2020 has been moved to a strictly online format. The meeting will be held on June 23, 2020.

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2020 Call for Feedback on Proposed Canonical Amendments

It’s that time of year. The Governance Task Force, the group tasked with drafting constitutional and canonical changes suggested by various provincial groups and members, is calling for feedback on this year’s proposed changes to the Provincial Canons.

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New Resources for Online Worship from the Music Task Force

A collection of YouTube music links for use with parish video worship services during the national pandemic, an updated collection of tested and singable Service Music along with audio samples, and the new Altar Book.

“Some good news in the midst of our distress!” 

Learn more from Mark Williams, the Chair of the Music Task Force.

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Kigali 2020 Postponed

Due to the current global threat of the spread of the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, the Primates of the Global Anglican Future Conference (Gafcon) have decided to postpone the Kigali Bishops and Wives Conference that was scheduled for June in Kigali, Rwanda. Over 300 bishops and their wives were expected to attend the conference.

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Traditional Language Liturgies Now Available

The Liturgy Task Force has released for download the first wave of the 2019 Book of Common Prayer liturgies in traditional language. Included in this release are the Daily Offices, both Eucharistic liturgies, and the Ash Wednesday service, among others.

 

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Approved Catechism Now Available for Download

It’s finally here! The Catechesis Task Force has released a downloadable PDF of the final version of To Be Christian: An Anglican Catechism.

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Church News

Provincial Assembly 2017

The Provincial Assembly 2017 Anglican Church in North America gathered in Wheaton, IL, June 27-30, 2017.  Click here to read more on the gathering and see the videos.

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Outreach

Reaching the world with hope

Our Mission: Inspired by God’s radical grace, ARDF exists to empower Anglicans in the developing world to show the love of Christ to those in need in their own communities. Click here for more information.

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