Twenty-two essays (plus the Toronto Statement) by twenty-five Anglican liturgists.
Contents divided into five sections: I: The Renewal of Initiation Theology -- II: Baptism, Mission and Ministry -- III: Confirmation and the Renewal of Baptismal Faith -- IV: Rites of Initiation -- V: Patterns of Initiation : An Anglican Mosaic.
Contents: Introduction / David R. Holeton -- Christian Initiation : An Ongoing Agenda for Anglicanism / David R. Holeton -- Theological Foundations for the Practice of Christian Initiation in the Anglican Communion / William R. Crockett -- Theological Foundations for Infant Baptism / Gordon W. Kuhrt -- Consequences of Infant Communion / Gregory Kerr-Wilson and Timothy Perkins -- Baptism and Mission / Louis Weil -- The Catechumenal Challenge to the Church / Robert J. Brooks -- Restoring the Catechumenate in the Decade of Evangelism / John W.B. Hill with Paul Bowie -- Preparing Parents for Infant Baptism / Ronald L. Dowling -- Confirmation / Colin Buchanan -- Liturgical Tradition and Recent Anglican Liturgical Reforms / Thomas J. Talley -- Patterns of Christian Initiation / Kenneth W. Stevenson -- Marked as Christ's Own Forever / Leonel L. Mitchell -- Reflections on Baptismal Symbolism and Baptismal Identity / Philip May -- A Survey of Current Anglican Initiation Rites / Kevin Flynn -- Child Communion : How it Happened in New Zealand / Brian Davis and Tom Brown -- The Bishop in Initiation / J.C. Fricker -- Baptizing the Nation : The Problem of Baptism in an Established Church / Donald Gray -- Pastoral Care and Baptismal Practice on the Fringes of Society : The Diocese of Cuba / Juan Quevedo-Bosch -- Adult Baptism : A Pacific Perspective / Winston Halapua -- Traditional Initiation Rites Among the Ngunis and Their Relationship to Christian Initiation / Themba Jerome Vundla -- An Asian Inculturation of the Baptismal Liturgy / Francis Wickremesinghe -- Initiation in Anglicanism : Where the Women Are / Elizabeth J. Smith -- The Toronto Statement : Walk in Newness of Life.
The Lambeth Conference 1998 : Lambeth Prayer : Daily Worship for the Conference 1998 : 18th July - 8th August.
"Grateful thanks is expressed to The Dean and Chpater of Westminster, Westminster Abbey, for their generous sponsorship of this worship and indaba resource". -- p. .
"The resource is divided into four sections: Material for celebration of the Eucharst (EUCH); Material for Midday Prayer (MDP); Material for Evening Prayer (EP); Material for Indaba Groups (IND). Each section is ordered chronologically. Where the titles of hymns or songs are given in the text, these will usually be found at the end of the service in question". -- A note on the ordering of this resource.
Contents of Introductory Material: Acknowledgement -- A Message from the Archbishop of Canterbury dated July 2008 / Rowan Cantuar [i.e. Williams] -- Worship at Lambeth 2008 / Winston Halapua, Conference Chaplain -- A note on the ordering of this resource -- Copyright.
Contains the complete cycle of worship services offered by the assembled churches at Lambeth 2008 from Thursday 17 July  to Saturday 2 August . Includes music. Most of text is in English but also includes Korean, Nyanja, Spanish, Malagasy, French, Inuktitut, Chinese (Cantonese), Portuguese and Arabic.
Contents of Eucharist section: Eucharist: Thursday 17 July -- Friday 18 July -- Saturday 19 July -- Monday 21 July led by The Anglican Church of Korea -- Tuesday 22 July led by The Church of the Province of Central Africa -- Wednesday 23 July led by Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba -- Friday 25 July led by The Church of North India and The Church of Bangladesh -- Saturday 26 July led by The Anglican Church of Australia -- Monday 28 July led by The Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean -- Tuesday 29 July led by The Anglican Church of Canada -- Wednesday 30 July led by Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui -- Thursday 31 July led by The Anglican Church of Burundi -- Friday 1 August led by The Church of Pakistan -- 2 August led by The Anglican Church of Kenya.
Contents of Midday Prayer section: Monday 21 July -- Tuesday 22 July -- Wednesday 23 July -- Friday 25 July -- Saturday 26 July -- Monday 28 July -- Tuesday 29 July -- Wednesday 30 July -- Thursday 31 July -- Friday 1 August -- Saturday 2 August.
Contents of Evening Prayer section: Monday 21 July -- Tuesday 22 July led by Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil -- Wednesday 23 July led by The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East -- Friday 25 July led by members of the Spouses' Conference -- Saturday 26 July led by The Episcopal Church -- Monday 28 July led by The Anglican Church of Southern Africa -- Tuesday 29 July led by The Church of the Province of Myanmar (Burma) -- Friday 1 August led by The Church of the Province of South East Asia -- Saturday 2 August led by The Church of Ireland.
Contents of Indaba Groups section: Introduction to the Indaba Groups -- Session 1: Monday July 21st: Theme: Celebrating Common Ground, the bishop and Anglican identity (1) -- Session 2: Monday July 21st [16:00 session] : Theme: Celebrating Common Ground, the bishop and Anglican identity (2) --Session 3: Tuesday July 22nd: Theme: Proclaiming the Good News, the bishop and evangelism -- Session 4: Wednesday July 23rd: Theme: Transforming Society, the bishop and social justice -- Session 5: Friday July 25th: Theme: Serving together, the bishop and other churches -- Session 6: Saturday July 26th: Theme: Safeguarding Creation, the bishop and the environment -- Session 7: Monday July 28th: Theme: Engaging with a Multi-Faith World, the bishop, Christian witness and other faiths -- Session 8: Wednesday July 30th: Theme: Living under Scripture, the bishop and the Bible in mission -- Session 9: Thursday July 31st: Theme: Listening to God and each other, the bishop and human sexuality -- Session 10 and 11: Friday August 1st: Theme: Fostering our common life, the bishop, the Covenant and the Windsor Process -- Session 12: Saturday August 2nd: Theme: Fostering our common life, the bishop, the Covenant and the Windsor Process -- Session 13: Sunday August 3rd: Theme: Preparing to go home, the bishop as a leader in God's mission.