Liturgical text for marriage ceremony between a Christian and a person of another faith tradition.
Resource Category: Worship
Text for memorial of the Rev. Florence Li Tim-Oi, added to February 26 on the Book of Alternative Services calendar (the day of her death) by General Synod 2004. Includes sentence, collect, readings, prayer over the gifts, proper preface of a saint, and prayer after communion.
Liturgies from the Book of Alternative Services and supplements translated into French.
Liturgical texts from the Book of Alternative Services, translated by Bishop Patrick Yu for use within the Anglican Church of Canada.
The Book of Alternative Services (BAS) and supplementary resources are now available for download. In 2009, the Council of General Synod authorized the online publication of these texts. The goals are to assist liturgy planners and to encourage future web-based work of liturgical text development.
Liturgical texts and readings in English, French, ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ (Inuktitut), and Western Cree for National Indigenous Day of Prayer, to be used on June 21 in the Book of Alternative Service Calendar of Memorials and Commemorations.
Daily BAS and BCP Bible readings from the Anglican Church of Canada’s adaptation of the Revised Common Lectionary.
Text for memorial of Mother Emily Ayckbowm, who was added to the Canadian calendar of holy persons in the Book of Alternative Services on April 5 (the day of her founding of The Community of the Sisters of the Church) by a resolution at General Synod 2004.
Complete text of the Rheims Statement, from a colloquium sponsored by the English Language Liturgical Consultation. Discussed liturgy and ecumenism, common texts, and the Revised Common Lectionary. Lists participants in the colloquium.
The General Synod of 2010 mandated Faith, Worship, and Ministry to establish a Liturgy Task Force to work on the revision of our contemporary language liturgical texts.
A litany developed by the Primate’s Commission on the Doctrine of Discovery, Justice and Reconciliation for use in community settings, whether in Sunday worship, diocesan or deanery meetings, study groups, or another form of gathering.
Introductory materials and resources for worship reflecting the work of the ACIP-FWM Joint Working Group on Worship 2001-2004, establishing principles for the vision of an Anglican Indigenous Covenant.