The International Anglican Liturgical Consultation (IALC) is the official network for liturgy of the Anglican Communion. The site contains statements from IALC, information about conferences and regional meetings, and links to liturgical commissions or committees of the Provinces of the Anglican Communion.
A site created to provide information and to invite feedback about some of SCLM’s current projects.
A collaboration of progressive organizations within The Episcopal Church partnering to work for social justice. Before every triennial General Convention, representatives from member organizations come together to develop a platform that will guide their shared advocacy and goals. APLM is a member of the Consultation.
Includes texts for trial use and feedback, guidelines for common worship between Lutherans and Anglicans in Canada, texts in French and various Indigenous language, and many other resources and links.
A society of people (primarily Anglicans and Lutherans) committed to the ongoing renewal of the Church in worship and mission. It provides resources and events that focus debate, inform practice, and reflect on experience. It seeks to address the challenges and opportunities changing technologies present for our parish churches. The publication Liturgy Canada has a prominent place in LC’s work of sharing ideas around liturgy.
This renewed site of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada is “to inspire, encourage, support and provide resources for creative, thoughtful and faithful worship” in the Lutheran ecumenical tradition for those engaged in liturgical and music preparation and leadership in congregations and ministries of the ELCIC and other Christian communities; and for individual and home worship, devotion and spiritual practices for ongoing spiritual renewal.
Information, registration, and archives related to this biennial conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada and the Anglican Church of Canada.
Based in the U.K., the Club has a long and respected tradition of promoting sound liturgical scholarship by publishing a series of collections and other works.
Sponsored by the Liturgical Commission of the Church of England, the purpose of Praxis is to offer practical guidance and inspiration to enrich and inform the practice of worship, both traditional and contemporary, through resources and events.
The various volumes of this liturgical resource from the C of E.
Journey to Baptismal Living is an organization of diverse people (clergy and lay) from diverse denominations, (Episcopal, Lutheran, United Methodist, Presbyterian to name a few) connected through their commitment to the movement of faith through the sacrament of baptism to baptismal living as disciples of Christ. Founded in 1993 as the North American Association for the Catechumenate (NAAC), the primary activities of this organization are the promotion of the catechumenate through training events, annual gatherings that bring together practitioners from across the US and Canada for continued formation in the process, and monthly publications with articles of interest, book reviews, and best practices.
A community of individuals and groups dedicated to the mission and ministry of all the baptized in daily life.
An ecumenical consultation of liturgical scholars and denominational representatives from the United States and Canada who produce liturgical texts and curate the Revised Common Lectionary, a three-year lectionary in common use by Christian churches worldwide.
An ecumenical and inter-religious association of liturgical scholars who collaborate in research concerning public worship.
An association for the promotion of ecumenical dialogue on worship, based on solid research, with the perspective of renewal and unity, and seeking ways to make clear the relevance of liturgy in the contemporary world. Most of the papers delivered at meetings of the Societas have been published in English in Studia Liturgica.
A good number of resources helpful to those in and beyond the Roman Catholic Church who prepare and participate in liturgical worship and renewal.
Links to the National Liturgy Office and CCCB Publications connect to resources helpful to those in and beyond the Roman Catholic Church who prepare and participate in liturgical worship and renewal.
Art, prayers, and NRSV texts on a site provided by Vanderbilt.
A liturgical calendar (TEC) with links to readings (NRSV) for Sundays and Major Holy Days (RCL), Lesser Feasts and Fasts, etc. It also includes a reverse lectionary to search when a particular reading will be proclaimed.
Links to a diverse variety of resources for study, reflection, liturgy, and sermon preparation that correspond to the RCL readings.
The APLM Blog with initial thoughts on the upcoming readings. Posts typically make connections with baptismal identity and the missional nature of the church.
An official publisher of worship materials and resources for The Episcopal Church, plus a multi-faceted publisher and supplier to the broader ecumenical marketplace.
Book publishing imprints include Church Publishing, Morehouse Publishing, and Seabury Books.
The site includes some free resources for download. Current ABC materials are available at http://store.afcanada.com/store/category/274051/Anglican
The publishing ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
An ecumenical organization dedicated to unity as well as to liturgical renewal in the local assembly. The Liturgical Conference has published several books (including Robert Hovda’s Strong, Loving and Wise on the ministry of the Presider in worship) and continues to publish the journal Liturgy, a weekly reflection on the nexus of the RCL readings for the upcoming Sunday, and a twice-monthly comment about “things liturgical.”
Books, music, journals, multimedia, blog, and other resources from this publisher founded by St. John’s Abbey, Collegeville, MN.
This Roman Catholic publisher develops and provides resources in English and Spanish that encourage faith formation and growth in the spiritual life, especially in the preparation and celebration of the Sacred Liturgy.