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Draft Bishops and Priests (Consecration and Ordination of Women) Measure : Draft Amending Canon No. 30 : Illustrative Draft Code of Practice

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog5915
Publication Date
[2010]
Material Type
Downloaded document
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5176 R44 2010
Place
London
Publisher
General Synod of the Church of England
Publication Date
[2010]
Physical_Description
142 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Downloaded document
Notes
"GS 1708-09Y".
Report of the Revision Committee chaired by The Ven. Clive Mansell (Rochester).
Includes bibliographical references.
"The draft Bishops and Priests (Consecration and Ordination of Women) Measure ('the draft Measure') and draft Amending Canon No. 30 ('the draft Amending Canon') both received First Consideration by the General Synod ('the Synod') at the February 2009 group of sessions. .... It is, however, the Committee's view that further work should be done on a draft Code of Practice before the revised draft Measure and the revised draft Amending Canon come to the Synod for their Final Drafting and Final Approval Stages, since it will help the Synod at that point to be able to see the emerging shape of the whole package, even though one part of it will necessarily be only a draft." -- Preface.
Signed: On behalf of the Committee, The Venerable Clive Mansell (Chair) and dated 30 April 2010. -- p. 82.
Contents: Glossary -- Preface -- Part 1: How the journey began -- Part 2: How the journey unfolded -- Part 3: How the journey was completed: the Committee's clause by clause consideration of the draft legislation -- A. The draft Bishops and Priests (Consecration and Ordination of Women) Measure -- B. Draft Amending Canon No. 30 -- Part 4: Signposts for what lies ahead -- Appendix 1: Proposals for amendment and submissions -- Appendix 2: Summary of proposals and submissions received which raised points of substance and the Committee's consideration thereof -- Part 1. The draft Bishops and Priests (Consecration and Ordination of Women) Measure -- Part 2. Draft Amending Canon No. 30 -- Appendix 3: Destination tables -- Appendix 4: The society model: supplementary analysis -- Appendix 5: Transfer by operation of law: supplementary analysis -- Appendix 6: The Code of Practice to be made under the Measure.
Series
GS 1708-09Y
Added Entry
Mansell, Clive (Clive Neville Ross), 1953-
Church of England. General Synod. Revision Committee on Draft Bishops and Priests (Consecration and Ordination of Women) Measure
Subjects
Women bishops - Church of England
Church of England - Bishops
Ordination of women - Church of England
Consecration of bishops - Church of England
Episcopacy - Church of England
Call Number
BX 5176 R44 2010
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Finding our story : narrative leadership and congregational change

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6816
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 83.78 F56 2009
Place
Herndon VA
Publisher
Alban Institute
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
xii, 124 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Larry A. Golemon, Editor".
Includes bibliographical references.
This book "is the first of three that are part of the Alban Institute's Narrative Leadership series". -- Preface, p. viii.
"Helping a community of faith 're-vision' its personal and collective narratives is one of the greatest leadership challenges of the age. 'Finding Our Story' assembles essays by congregational consultants who use the power of story to help congregations heal, strengthen, and reinvent themselves. These consultants describe how narrative therapy works, explore its promise and its challenges, and share the practical wisdom of their own experiences". -- back cover.
Contents: Preface / Larry A. Golemon, Director, The Alban Institute Narrative Leadership Project -- Thinking throught Change: Narrative Theory and Models of Transformation / Larry A. Golemon -- Narrrative Leadership and Renewed Congregational Identity / Gil Rendle -- Expeditions into What is Possible: Narrative Leadership and Deep Change / Lawrence Peers -- Place-Basewd Narratives: An Entry Point for Ministry to the Soul of a Community / Alice Mann -- Giants and Grasshoppers: Stories that Frame Congregational Anxiety / Susan Beaumont -- Congregational Resilience, Conflict and Narrative Approaches / Susan Nienaber -- Contributors.
Series
Alban Institute publication ; AL 376
Narrative Leadership Collection
Added Entry
Golemon, Larry A.
Beaumont, Susan
Mann, Alice B., 1949-
Nienaber, Susan
Peers, Lawrence
Rendle, Gil (Gilbert R.)
Subjects
Narrative theology
Story-telling - Religious aspects - Christianity
Christian leadership
Change (Psychology) - Religious aspects - Christianity
Religious gatherings - Christianity
Congregational development - United States
ISBN
978-1-56699-376-0
Call Number
BT 83.78 F56 2009
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Teaching our story : narrative leadership and pastoral formation

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6818
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 83.78 T43 2009
Place
Herndon VA
Publisher
Alban Institute
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
xii, 142 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Larry A. Golemon, Editor".
Includes bibliographical references.
"These essays grew out of conversations with theological educators and pastors in the Alban Institute's Narrative Leadership Project, graciously supported by the Luce Foundation." "This volume celebrates new narratives approaches to integrating teaching and learning in theological education and the practice of ministry. .... This book emphasizes how various teachers use narrative methods to help integrate classroom, contextual, and continuing education with unusual creativity. While many of the essays are told from the point of view of teaching and learning, each one of them relates directly to practices and challenges of contemporary ministry, which will benefit any pastor or lay minister. Teachers and ongoing students of theology will find promising narrative approaches to the learning and practice of theology that will enhance their own ministries". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface / Larry A. Golemon, Director, The Alban Institute Narrative Leadership Project -- Toward a Framework for Narrative Leadership in Ministry / Larry A. Golemon, Director, The Alban Institute Narrative Leadership Project -- The Official and Unofficial Story: A Narrative of Identity and Faithfulness in the Bible / Judy Fentress-Williams -- Preaching the Christian Story among Other Faith Stories: A Case Study of a Course / Susan K. Hedahl -- Enlivening Local Stories through Pastoral Ethnography / Mary Clark Moschella -- Shared Narrative: Story Brokering as an Approach to Contextual Learning at Seminary / Kathryn Vitalis Hoffman -- Story Lines for Redemptive Leadership / Robert Charles Anderson -- Place-Based Narrative: Paradoxical Landscape and Rooted Realities / Susan Kendall -- Contributors.
Series
Alban Institute publication ; AL 377
Narrative Leadership Collection
Added Entry
Golemon, Larry A.
Anderson, Robert Charles
Fentress-Williams, Judy
Hedahl, Susan K.
Hoffman, Kathryn Vitalis
Kendall, Susan L.
Moschella, Mary Clark
Subjects
Story-telling - Religious aspects - Christianity
Narrative theology
Christian leadership
Pastoral theology
Preaching
Anthropology of religion - United States
ISBN
978-1-56699-377-7
Call Number
BT 83.78 T43 2009
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Living our story : narrative leadership and congregational culture

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6819
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 83.78 F565 2009
Place
Herndon VA
Publisher
Alban Institute
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
xii, 160 p. ; 21.5 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Larry A. Golemon, Editor".
Includes bibliographical references.
"Religious leaders across the globe struggle with the postmodern conditions of social life, including religious pluralism, rapid social change, increased individualism, and media-driven culture." "Narratives respond to religious pluralism and individualism by linking individuals' stories to one another, and by finding shared stories -- like that of Abraham -- between one community of believers (say Christians or Jews) and the next (say Muslims). Effective religious narratives respond to the media absorption of local traditions and customs by grounding people's meaning and decisions in a viable sense of neighbourhood and place that is cared for by God. The essays in this book come from dedicated religious leaders and teachers who use narrative strategies to sustain religious meaning, values, and community in the face of postmodern life. .... As part of our Narrative Leadership project, funded by the Luce Foundation, this is the final volume in a series of three dedicated to the findings of the project." -- Preface.
Contents: Preface / Larry A. Golemon, Director, The Alban Institute Narrative Leadership Project -- The Practice of Narrative Leadership in Ministry / Larry A. Golemon -- The Continuous Thread of Revelation: Pastoral Memoirs and the Narrative Imagination / G. Lee Ramsey Jr. -- Pastor as Narrative Leader / N. Graham Standish -- The Sacred Value of Congregational Stories / Tim Shapiro -- Story Sharing and the Practice of Hospitality as Ingredients in Effective Leadership / Carol Johnston -- Have Conversations and Have Faith: Trading "Us and Them" for "All of Us" / Mike Mather -- Downtown Judaism: in Our Own Image / Niles Elliot Goldstein -- Living the Story / Diana Butler Bass -- Contributors.
Series
Alban Institute publication ; AL 378
Narrative Leadership Collection
Added Entry
Golemon, Larry A.
Bass, Diana Butler, 1959-
Goldstein, Niles Elliot
Johnston, Carol
Mather, Mike
Ramsey, G. Lee
Shapiro, Timothy
Standish, N. Graham (Nevin Graham), 1959-
Subjects
Narrative theology
Story-telling - Religious aspects - Christianity
Christian leadership
Religious gatherings - Christianity
Christian life
ISBN
978-1-56699-378-4
Call Number
BT 83.78 F565 2009
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Beautiful mercy : a book of hours

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6851
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5147 B66 B48 2010
Place
Winnipeg MB
Publisher
saint benedict's table pubilshing
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
[160] p. : ill. (col.) ; 23.5 x 22.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"First printing: February 2010". -- verso of t.-p.
"Editor: Bramwell Ryan." -- verso of t.-p.
"Managing editors: John Berard, Jamie Howison, Sharon Jones- Ryan, Suzanne Pringle". -- verso of t.-p.
Includes CD with original music in pocket on inside back cover..
"A compelling collection of photographs, art, stories, poems and music, 'Beautiful Mercy' is a celebration. Patterned after a long tradition of prayer, this new approach to a Book of Hours breathes fresh life into the seven church seasons and the seven daily hours. Produced by the people of saint benedict's table, a Christian community, this book tells ancient truths in contemporary ways. A stunning 160 page full-colour book, 'Beautiful Mercy' includes a 13-trach professionally recorded and mastered CD with new music by Steve Bell, Jaylene Johnson and many others". -- leaf included with book.
"[By] saint benedict's table: a worshipping community, rootend in an ancient future". -- t.-p.
"This book includes seven entries for each of the seven major seasons of the church calendar, for a tota; of forty-nine individual sections. The seven entries are named for, and reflect, the seven hours of prayer in the monastic tradition." -- p. [6].
Contents divided into seven main sectons: Advent -- Christmas -- Epiphany -- Lent -- Easter -- Pentecost -- Ordinary Time and then divided into seven sub-sections: Vigils -- Lauds -- Terce -- Sex -- None -- Vespers -- Compline.
Contents: Foreword dated Winnipeg, February 2010 / Jamie Howison -- The Seasons -- The Hours of Prayer -- Advent -- Christmas -- Epiphany -- Lent -- Easter -- Pentecost -- Ordinary Time -- Afterword / Jamie Howison -- Contributors -- [Table of Contents for] Beautiful Mercy CD.
Jamie Howison is an Anglican priest and incumbent of saint benedict's table in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Added Entry
Ryan, Bramwell
saint benedict's table
Howison, Jamie (James Alan)
Subjects
Books of hours
Anglican Church of Canada - Prayer-books and devotions - English
Art and religion - Anglican Church of Canada
Contemporary Christian music - Canada
ISBN
978-0-09809456-2-1
978-0-09809456-3-8 (CD)
Call Number
BX 5147 B66 B48 2010
Location
General Synod Archives
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The pastoral search journey : a guide to finding your next pastor

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6864
Author
Vonhof, John
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 664 V66 2010
Author
Vonhof, John
Place
Herndon VA
Publisher
Alban Institute
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
xii, 168 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] John Vonhof".
Includes bibliographical references, p. 167-168.
"This book was born in pastoral search committee meetings. .... During our search I realized the need for a book about managing the pastoral search process. 'The Alban Guide to Managing the Pastoral Search Process', published in 1999, has helped thousands of congregations. Now, by 2010, much has changed. We communicate differently. The Internet has redefined how we talk to one another and has given us access to information in ways we never thought possible. These changes can help a search committee. Committees now have more ways to inform others of their search and to connect with pastors. The committee has a greater ability to present its church in the best possible light through the congregation's website. For that reason, this revision is needed. Every chapter has been revised, with new material added. A new introduction takes the reader through the search journey, and new chapters discuss interim pastors and the use of the Internet. And finally, new appendixes, provide pastoral search resources". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface -- Introduction -- The Pastoral Search Committee -- Using the Internet -- Managing the Congregation -- Determining Who You Are -- The Church Information Packet -- Finding Candidates -- Connecting with Pastors -- Managing References, Testing, Interviews, and Red Flags -- Selection Criteria, Evaluation, and Recommendation -- Presenting Your Best Side -- Managing the Call Process -- Managing a Smooth Transition -- Appendixes -- Bibliography.
Contents of Appendices: A: Pastoral Search Resources -- B: Sample Pastoral Roles, Responsibilities, and Relationships -- C: Sample Congregational Survey -- D: Sample Pastoral Questionnaire -- E: Sample Letter Introducing Two Candidates to the Congregation -- F: Sample Addendum to the Letter of Call -- G: Sample Cover Letter for the Letter of Call -- H: Sample Letter of Call.
Series
Alban Institute publication ; AL 402
Added Entry
Alban Institute
Subjects
Pastoral search committees
Clergy - Appointment, call, and election
ISBN
978-1-56699-402-6
Call Number
BV 664 V66 2010
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Born of water, born of spirit : supporting the ministry of the baptized in small congregations

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6865
Author
Kujawa-Holbrook, Sheryl A. (Sheryl Anne), 1956-
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5968 K85 2010
Author
Kujawa-Holbrook, Sheryl A. (Sheryl Anne), 1956-
Place
Herndon VA
Publisher
Alban Institute
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
xiv, 193 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook [and] Fredrica Harris Thompsett".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-191).
"You have in your hands a remarkable book designed for congregational and diocesan (judicatory) study. Here is both a manual and personal account of how widely diverse and dispersed congregations and judicatories are reexamining Christian living through the lens of baptism, water, and the Spirit. .... My experience of mutual ministry in the Diocese of Northern Michigan has spanned some twenty-eight years as bishop .... In my experience, a key to pursuing baptismal living is to have a diocese that understands the relationship of the adult baptized to the ordained members of the diocese and congregation." -- Foreword.
"This book focuses on the variety of ways people in small congregations are living out their baptism, and the impact of baptismal living on congregations, judicatories, and the wider communities they serve. .... The focus of 'Born of Water, Born of Spirit' is on small congregations, most of which have fewer than fifty regularly participating adults, many of which are in rural communities; some are in isolated and poor communities, and all are in the midst of deep change. Deep change is different from incremental change in that it is discontinuous with the past: it involves new ways of being, thinking and action, as well as taking risks." -- Intro., p. 1-2.
Contents: Foreword / Thomas K. Ray, Retired Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Michigan -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Born of Water, Born of Spirit -- A Saving Remnant: Vitality in Small Congregations -- Baptismal Ministry and Congregational Leadership -- Developed, Not Delivered: Local Ministry Development -- Emergent Perspectives on the Church and Ministry -- Conclusion: Best Practices for Baptismal Ministry Development -- Notes -- Resources for Baptismal Ministry.
Authors are both members of the Episcopal Church. The two were co-directors "of the Pastoral Excellence Project at the Episcopal Divinity School which served as the basis for this book". -- back cover.
Series
Alban Institute publication ; AL 400
Added Entry
Alban Institute
Thompsett, Fredrica Harris, 1942-
Subjects
Lay ministry - Episcopal Church
Small churches - Episcopal Church
Baptism - Episcopal Church
Mutual ministry
Pastoral Excellence Project
ISBN
978-1-56699-400-2
Call Number
BX 5968 K85 2010
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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A lifelong call to learning : continuing education for religious leaders

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6868
Author
Reber, Robert E. (Robert Eldred), 1937-
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 4165 L54 2010
Author
Reber, Robert E. (Robert Eldred), 1937-
Edition
Rev. and expanded
Place
Herndon VA
Publisher
Alban Institute
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
xxi, 397 p. ; 23 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] Robert E. Reber and D. Bruce Roberts".
"Revised and Expanded Edition".
Originally published as: A lifelong call to learn: approaches to continuing education for church leaders / Edited by Robert E. Reber and D. Bruce Roberts. Nashville TN: Abingdon Press, 2000.
Includes bibliographical references.
"More than nine years have passed since the publication of the first edition of this book, which focused on continuing theological education for church professionals, whether clergy or laity. .... This revised edition focuses on the broad area of continuing education for religious professionals and laity. The contributors offer a variety of perspectives that have emerged from years of experience and reflection on their work with clergy and laity in a variety of programs. .... There is no greater educational need in the life of congregations and religious organizations today than having a committed, informed, and continually educated leadership." -- Preface.
Contents divided into four main parts: I: Historical Perspectives and Educational Contexts -- II: Theory and Research in Continuing Education -- III: Innovations in Continuing Theological Education -- IV: Development, Management, and Promotion of Programs.
Contents: Preface: Why This Book ? -- Acknowledgements -- Contributors -- From Yesterday to Today in Continuing Theological Education / Mark Rouch -- Educating Out of the Future: Where Are We Headed in Continuing Theological Education ? / Robert E. Reber -- Building Systems of Continuing Education for the Professions / Ronald M. Cervero -- Motivated Learning and Practice: A Peer Group Model / D. Bruce Roberts -- Peer Groups Matter: The Impact of Leadership, Composition, and Cost / Penny Long Marler -- What Constitutes Effective Teaching with Adults ? / D. Bruce Roberts -- Energizing, Supporting, and Sustaining Religious Leaders through Peer Learning Groups / D. Bruce Roberts -- Making Sense of Ministry: A Clergy Cluster Project / Tim Dolan -- Coaching as Continuing Education: The Auburn Seminary Experience / Laurie J. Ferguson and Frederick W. Weidmann -- Why Would Lay People Want Theological Education Anyway ? / Sally Simmel -- Linking Faith and Work: Continuing Education for Professionals / Robert E. Reber -- Bending Over Backward to Prepare Nontraditional Students / Marvin L. Morgan -- Multifaith Continuing Education: Leading Faithfully in a Religiously Diverse World / Justus N. Baird -- Educating Religious Leadership for a Multireligious Society / Robert E. Reber -- Connected Learning for Ministry in a Technological Age / A. Christopher Hammon -- The Politics of Moving Continuing Education to the Center of the Institutional Mission / Donald Guthrie and Ronald Cervero -- Getting from Here to There, Wherever That May Be: Program Planning, Design, and Evaluation / Janet L. Maykus -- Learning as a Model for Developing and Promoting Lifelong Learning for Ministry / Dent Davis -- Welcoming the Whole Person / Carolyn Henninger Oehler -- Through Many Dangers, Toils, and Snares: Risk Management in Continuing Education Programs / Eileen Macholl -- Conclusion: What Might the Future Be ? / Robert E. Reber and D. Bruce Roberts.
Series
Alban Institute publication ; AL 399
Added Entry
Roberts, D. Bruce, 1939-
Alban Institute
Baird, Justus N.
Cervero, Ronald M.
Cornett, Ward
Davis, Dent
Dolan, Tim
Ferguson, Laurie J.
Guthrie, Donald
Hammon, A. Christopher
Macholl, Eileen
Marler, Penny Long
Maykus, Janet L.
Morgan, Marvin L.
Oehler, Carolyn Henninger
Rouch, Mark A. (Mark Arnold), 1925-
Simmel, Sally
Weidmann, Frederick W.
Subjects
Clergy - Post-ordination training
Theology - Study and teaching (Continuing education)
Continuing education
ISBN
978-1-56699-399-9
Call Number
BV 4165 L54 2010
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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The Anglican way

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6931
Author
Baycroft, John A. (John Arthur), 1933-
Publication Date
2010, c1980
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 B38 2010
Author
Baycroft, John A. (John Arthur), 1933-
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
ABC Publishing
Publication Date
2010, c1980
Physical_Description
62 p. : 17.8 x 10.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[By] John Baycroft".
"A concise introduction to the Anglican Church for inquirers, new members and candidates for confirmation." -- back cover.
Includes bibliographical references, p. 62.
Contents: Introduction -- The Bible -- Prayer -- The Sacraments -- God -- The Church -- Salvation -- History and Structure -- Authority -- Basic Steps.
Author is former Anglican Bishop of Ottawa.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada
Church
Anglican Church of Canada - Doctrines
Christian life - Anglican authors
ISBN
978-0-919030-55-8
Call Number
BX 5614 B38 2010
Location
General Synod Archives
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Prayers for healing from the Anglican Tradition

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6740
Publication Date
c2010
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BV 4337 G7P7 2010
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
ABC Publishing
Publication Date
c2010
Physical_Description
122 p. ; 17.7 x 10.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Compiled by Daniel F. Graves".
Includes bibliographical references.
"Amongst many of these new and revised [liturgical] texts we find a great wealth of prayers for healing ministry. As Anglicans, we are thus blessed to have at our disposal such a rich selection from which we can make our 'common prayer', with respect to healing ministry. However, many of these international liturgical resources are difficult to obtain. This collection brings together a variety of prayers for those involved in healing ministry. It is my hope that by making these prayer texts available, the healing ministry of the Canadian church might be enriched and that both those who pray and those for whom prayer is offered might experience themselves as part of a glorious cloud of witnesses offering common prayer to that great pioneer and perfecter of our faith, the great physician of our souls, our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface dated The Feast of St. Luke the Physician [i.e. 18 October], 2009 / Daniel F. Graves -- Acknowledgements / DFG -- Introduction -- General Prayers for a Sick Person -- For Those in Pain -- For One Who is Unconscious -- For Those Troubled or Anxious in Mind or Spirit -- For Those Facing Depression -- For Strength, Hope, and Confidence -- For Those Suffering Addiction -- Thanksgiving for the Beginning of Recovery or Convalescence -- For Family and Friends -- For Health Care Professionals and Other Caregivers -- For Recovery from Sickness -- For Those Facing Serious Physical Impairment -- During Prolonged Illness -- For Those with Chronic or Terminal Illness -- Before an Operation -- For a Sick Child -- For the Aged -- Healing and Reconciliation -- For Survivors of Abuse -- General Collects -- Laying on of Hands and Anointing -- Blessings -- Prayers at the Time of Death -- Appendix 1: A Litany of Healing -- Appendix 2: Suggested Psalms -- Appendix 3: Suggested Readings -- Notes and Sources.
Author is a priest of the Anglican Church of Canada and a member of the Bishop of Toronto's Committee on Healing.
Added Entry
Graves, Daniel F. (Daniel Francis)
Subjects
Healing - Prayer-books and devotions
Healing - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Healing - Religious aspects - Christianity
Church work with the sick
Unction - Anglican Communion
ISBN
978-1-55126-520-9
Call Number
BV 4337 G7P7 2010
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
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