Contents: Authors -- Introduction / Ian Bunting --Celebrating the Anglican Way / George Carey -- Part 1: Believing the Anglican Way -- 1. The Anglican Character / Stephen Sykes -- 2. Church and society / John Habgood -- 3. Anglican belief / Bruce Kaye -- 4. A worldwide communion / Michael Nazir-Ali -- Part 2: Belonging in the Anglican Church -- 5. Anglican origins and ethos / Elizabeth Culling -- 6. The Anglican way of worship / Michael Vasey -- 7. Word and sacrament / Philip Seddon -- 8. Churchmanship / Jonathan Baker -- Part 3: Following the Anglican Way -- 9. Praying our way through life / Graham Piggott -- 10. Sharing our faith in the world / Amiel Osmaston and Alison White -- 11. Care and change in our society / Lawrence Osbern -- Part 4: Appreciating Anglican structures -- 12. Orders and officers of the church / David Sceats -- 13. Church government / Michael Botting -- 14. Church buildings / Richard and Sarah Burton -- Part 5: The Way Ahead -- 15. The Anglican future / Ian Bunting -- 16. Praying with the church -- Further reading -- Acknowledgements -- Index.
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OTCH Note: The essay "Orders and officers of the church" is particularly useful for brief histories and descriptions of individuals and bodies such as: all orders of clergy (bishop, priest, deacon), parish, deanery, diocese, etc.
"[B]y Alison White, Deacon, St. Mary and St. Cuthbert, Co. Durham and Di Williams, Deacon, St. Andrew's, Clubmoor, Liverpool".
"First edition November 1987". -- p. .
Includes bibliographical references and bibliography, p. .
Contents: Introduction -- History: Where Did They Spring From -- Sources of Strength: Two Images for the Deacon -- Renewal of the Laity -- Renewal of Orders -- Living as Deacons: Some Examples -- Conclusion.
The section "Living as Deacons: Some Examples" includes a segment on the Rev. Maylanne Whittall (now Maybee) of the Anglican Church of Canada, pp. 17-18.