About APLM

The Associated Parishes for Liturgy and Mission is a network of people and parishes in The Episcopal Church (TEC), the Anglican Church of Canada, and sister denominations who share a passion for liturgy that is well done, appropriate to the culture and context, and revelatory of God’s lively mission in the world.

Founded in 1946 to promote liturgical renewal, APLM connected people on the forefront of liturgical theology and practice as the church catholic realized important shifts in thinking about the sacraments. APLM members played a major role in drafting and promoting the 1979 Book of Common Prayer in the USA, and the Book of Alternative Services in Canada. Read more about yesterday and today…

Liturgical innovation is exploding in some congregations, while others have yet to live fully into the richness of the present Prayer Book. APLM supports liturgical renewal that is rooted and dynamic. Read more about our work…

For a list of APLM Council Members, see APLM Leadership

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