Anglican Church of Canada Liturgy Task Force on track for 2016

With substantial progress made in the revision of contemporary language liturgical texts used by the Anglican Church of Canada, the Liturgy Task Force expects to have a wealth of new material ready for General Synod 2016.

Among the resources it hopes to present are a series of inclusive-language psalms, a full set of morning and evening prayer liturgies, and alternative collects for all three years of the Revised Common Lectionary.

The task force also plans to present an electronic version or platform for the Eucharistic Ordo (the structure of the Eucharist) and some alternate baptismal liturgy””the focus of members who assembled at Church House in Toronto from March 2-4.

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3 comments on “Anglican Church of Canada Liturgy Task Force on track for 2016

  1. tjmcmahon says:

    In what way is the full revisionist re-writing the book of Psalms, morning and evening prayer and Baptism “on track”? Clearly the entire train is off track, running at full steam toward a chasm.

  2. priestwalter says:

    What a treat for Jesus!

  3. Ad Orientem says:

    I am a afraid of the answer but here goes… what is a “Liturgy Commission?” If this were in the Orthodox Church I’d be tempted to call it a convention of sub-deacons debating whether we should cross ourselves three time when entering a church, or twice, then bowing before the third crossing.