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As we gather to pray : an Episcopal guide to worship

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8871
Publication Date
c1996
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5940 A8 1996
Place
New York NY
Publisher
Church Hymnal Corporation
Publication Date
c1996
Physical_Description
x, 160 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Marilyn L. Haskel and Clayton L. Morris".
Includes bibliographical references (p. 152-156) but NO index.
Contains 27 articles by 18 authors.
Contents: How shall we worship / Clayton L. Morris -- Worship and the ministry of the baptized: on reclaiming the centrality of baptism / Fletcher Lowe -- Who's in charge here ? / Ormonde Plater -- The development of style in worship / Byron D. Stuhlman -- The development of hymnody in the Anglican Church / Thomas K. McCart -- With what words shall we pray ? / Jean Campbell -- A place of good news: liturgical space and the proclamation of the gospel / Charles Fulton and Juan Oliver -- Creating art for worship / Ralph Carskadden -- The role of the arts in the liturgical assembly / Marilyn L. Haskel -- Preaching and praying the lectionary / Joseph P. Russell -- Jesus wants to dance ! - in church !! -with us !!! / Richard Fabian -- Some thoughts about worship in congregations numbering fewer than fifty / Clayton L. Morris -- Dealing with liturgy in racially-mixed congregations / Ernesto Medina -- How to form a parish worship committee / Juan Oliver -- How to create a worship workshop in three sessions / Joseph P. Russell -- How to review and evaluate a congregation's worship program / Joseph Robinson -- How to plan worship / Juan Oliver -- How to introduce full and complete use of symbols / Juan Oliver -- How to welcome children in the Sunday assembly / Gretchen Wolff Pritchard -- How to design service leaflets which are helpful to the newcomer / Marilyn L. Haskel -- How to compose and perform intercessions / Ormonde Plater -- How to celebrate the triduum / Michael Merriman -- How to introduce baptism by immersion / Clayton L. Morris -- How to build a baptismal font / Clayton L. Morris -- How to use incense / Clayton L. Morris -- Singing a new song: not always easy ! / by Mark T. Engelhardt -- How to recruit children and adults for the choir / Judith Dodge.
Added Entry
Haskel, Marilyn L., 1945-
Morris, Clayton L. (Clayton Leslie), 1946-
Campbell, Jean (Jean Catherine), 1946-
Carskadden, Ralph (Ralph Richard), 1940-
Dodge, Judith
Engelhardt, Mark T.
Fabian, Richard (Richard Gardner), 1942-
Fulton, Charles (Charles Newell), 1942-
Lowe, Fletcher
McCart, Thomas K., 1948-
Medina, Ernesto R., 1960-
Merriman, Michael (Michael Walter), 1939-
Oliver, Juan M.C., 1948-
Plater, Ormonde, 1933-2016
Pritchard, Gretchen Wolff
Russell, Joseph P. (Joseph Parker), 1932-2004
Robinson, Joseph (Joseph Oliver), 1956-
Stuhlman, Byron D. (Byron David), 1941-
Subjects
Episcopal Church - United States - Liturgy - Handbooks
Public worship - Episcopal Church - Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Worship - Episcopal Church
Liturgy - Episcopal Church
Baptism - Episcopal Church
Hymns - Church of England
Liturgical adaptation - Episcopal Church
Liturgical language - Episcopal Church
Liturgical space - Episcopal Church
Art and religion - Episcopal Church
Preaching - Episcopal Church
Lectionaries - Episcopal Church
Dancing - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Liturgical dance - Episcopal Church
Small churches - Episcopal Church
Liturgical renewal - Episcopal Church
Children in the Episcopal Church
Children's liturgies - Episcopal Church
Order of service
Incense - Episcopal Church
Church music - Episcopal Church
ISBN
0-89869-222-9
Call Number
BX 5940 A8 1996
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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How shall we pray ? : expanding our language about God

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog3955
Publication Date
c1994
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BX 5947 N64 H68 1994
Corporate Author
Episcopal Church. Standing Liturgical Commission
Place
New York NY
Publisher
Church Hymnal Corporation
Publication Date
c1994
Physical_Description
xv, 161 p. ; 21.5 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Ruth A. Meyers, Editor, for the Standing Liturgical Commisssion".
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents divided into two section: I : Supplemental Theological Materials : Theological, Biblical, and Historical Perspectives -- II : A Theological Consultation on Language and Liturgy.
Contents: Preface / Frank T. Griswold -- Introduction / Ruth A. Meyers -- "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing ..." / Ellen K. Wondra -- Biblical Origins of Inclusive Language / L. William Countryman -- Inclusive Language Liturgies / Richard Norris -- "Lord Teach Us to Pray" : Historical and Theological Perspectives on Expanding Liturgical Language / Paula S. Datsko Barker -- The Feminine as Omitted, Optional, or Alternative Story : A Review of the Episcopal Eucharistic Lectionary / Jean Campbell -- A Consultation on Language and Liturgy.
Contents of Section II include position papers: Translating the Tradition / J. Robert Wright -- Principles for Liturgical Language / Ruth A. Meyers -- Gender and Trinitarian Language / Ellen K. Wondra -- How are We to Name the Trinity in our Eucharistic Prayers ? / Ralph N. McMichael Jr. -- Dialogue or Disputation : The Character of the Debate about Inclusive Language / Patricia Wilson-Kastner -- Language Shaped and Shaping / Juan M.C. Oliver.
"Part I of the volume contains five essays on the use of `expansive' language and imagery in public worship. Part II consists of papers presented at a consultation on the subject of Liturgical Language, sponsored by the Standing Liturgical Commission in September of 1993. Also included is a transcription of a dialogue in response to the presentations". -- back cover.
Series
Liturgical studies ; 2
Added Entry
Meyers, Ruth A. (Ruth Alice), 1957-
Episcopal Church. Standing Liturgical Commission
Barker, Paula S. Datsko (Paula Suzanne Datsko), 1952-
Campbell, Jean (Jean Catherine), 1946-
Countryman, L. William (Louis William), 1941-
Griswold, Frank T. (Frank Tracy), 1937-2023
McMichael, Ralph N. (Ralph Nelson), 1956-
Norris, Richard A. (Richard Alfred), 1930-2005
Oliver, Juan M.C., 1948-
Wilson-Kastner, Patricia, 1944-1998
Wondra, Ellen K., 1950-
Wright, J. Robert (John Robert), 1936-2022
Subjects
Nonsexist language - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Sexism in liturgical language
Liturgical language - Episcopal Church
Episcopal Church. Book of Common Prayer (1979)
Inclusive language - Episcopal Church
Trinity - Episcopal Church
ISBN
0-89869-242-3
Call Number
BX 5947 N64 H68 1994
Location
OTCH
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Moving the furniture : liturgical theory, practice, and environment

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog3497
Author
Adams, William Seth, 1940-
Publication Date
c1999
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5940 A33 1999
Author
Adams, William Seth, 1940-
Place
New York NY
Publisher
Church Publishing
Publication Date
c1999
Physical_Description
vii, 172 p.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Includes bibliographical references but NO index.
"In this provocative collection of [eleven] essays, noted liturgist and author Willian Seth Adams challenges the church to examine its thinking and assumptions about how Christians worship. Warning that `the way we've always done `it' may no longer be a valid premise. Adams says that the church must think something different, do something different and, finally, move some physical and emotional furniture. These essays, originally published in a variety of collections and journals, have finally been brought together in one stimulating volume and that will be a valuable resource for the general reader and the seasoned liturgical scholar" -- back cover.
Contents divided into three main sections: Part One: Thinking Something Different -- Part Two: Doing Something Different -- Part Three: Moving the Furniture.
Contents: Foreword -- Christian Liturgy, Scripture and the Jews: A Problematic in Jewish Christian Relations -- Expansive Language: A Matter of Justice -- The Prayer Book Theology of Ministry -- The Eucharistic Assembly: Who Presides ? -- Given and Shed for Whom? : A Study of the Words of Administration -- On Liturgical Hospitality -- De-coding the Obvious: Reflections on Baptismal Ministry in the Episcopal Church -- An Apology for Variable Liturgical Space -- Theology and Liturgical Space: Saying What We Mean --The Place of the Dead: Christian Burial and the Liturgical Environment -- Preaching and the Potential of Liturgical Space -- Afterword.
Subjects
Episcopal Church - Liturgy
Antisemitism - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Liturgical language - Episcopal Church
Nonsexist language - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Inclusive language - Episcopal Church
Ministry - Episcopal Church
Episcopal Church. Book of Common Prayer
Priesthood - Episcopal Church
Lord's Supper - Lay celebration - Episcopal Church
Lord's Supper (Liturgy) - Episcopal Church
Hospitality - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Baptism - Episcopal Church
Liturgical space - Episcopal Church
Funeral service - Episcopal Church - Liturgy
Cemeteries
ISBN
0-89869-316-0 (pbk.)
Call Number
BX 5940 A33 1999
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Supplemental liturgical materials

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog3678
Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5943 A4 S56 1991
Corporate Author
Episcopal Church. Standing Liturgical Commission
Place
New York NY
Publisher
Church Hymnal Corporation
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
73 p. ; 21 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Prepared by the Standing Liturgical Commission".
"The subject and study of this book -- the language of liturgy -- are no longer new for the Episcopal Church. .... The content of this book is noticeably different. Previous volumes presented the new services in their entirety, to introduce them more easily to worshipping congregations. In this volume, the worship materials are offered as resources to supplement existing Rite II services of the 'Book of Common Prayer'. .... The first intent of this book, then, is to provide optimum flexibility in planning worship with supplemental liturgical materials. A second intent, no less important than the first, is that brief reference materials be as easily accessible as possible. Instead of being contained in a separate volume, as before, the educational commentary is here bound together with the new or suggested texts. An updated bibliography directs the interested worshipper to further educational resources". -- Preface, pp. 5, 7.
Contents: Preface / Sarah Motley -- Introduction -- Supplemental Liturgical Materials -- Appendix A : Background / Leonel L. Mitchell -- Appendix B : Bibliography -- Appendix C : The Hymnal 1982 and Inclusive Language -- Appendix D: Evaluation -- An Objective Survey for Congregational Use.
Added Entry
Episcopal Church. Book of Common Prayer (1979)
Motley, Sarah (Sarah Helen), 1952-
Mitchell, Leonel L. (Leonel Lake), 1930-2012
Subjects
Episcopal Church. Book of Common Prayer (1979)
Episcopal Church - Liturgy - Texts
Nonsexist language - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Inclusive language - Episcopal Church
Liturgical language - Episcopal Church
ISBN
0-89869-193-1
Call Number
BX 5943 A4 S56 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Supplemental liturgical texts

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog7564
Publication Date
c1989
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5943 A4 S55 1989
Corporate Author
Episcopal Church. Standing Liturgical Commission
Place
New York NY
Publisher
Church Hymnal Corporation
Publication Date
c1989
Physical_Description
130 p. : music ; 19 x 13 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[Prepared by] The Standing Liturgical Commission of the Episcopal Church".
"Published for the Standing Liturgical Commission of The Episcopal Church by the Church Hymnal Corporation ... Copyright. 1989 by Charles Mortimer Guilbert as Custodian of the Standard Book of Common Prayer". -- verso of t.-p.
"The language of Christian liturgical prayer springs from the deep wells of Scripture, tradition and human experience -- constantly changing and complex. .... The services in 'Prayer Book Studies 30 : Supplemental Liturgical Texts' also have as their source these distinct but entirely linked currents of prayer. While the Offices and Holy Eucharist will be readily recognized as familiar forms of Anglican prayer, structured in familiar sequence, they also reflect the increasing sensitivity of the English language that certain words, images, and phrases are changing in meaning, particularly those which contain reference to gender". -- Preface.
Contents divided into three main sections: The Daily Office -- The Holy Eucharist -- Musical Supplement.
Contents: Preface -- The Daily Office -- Daily Morning Prayer: Rite Two Adapted -- Order of Worship for the Evening Adapted -- Daily Evening Prayer: Rite Two Adapted -- The Holy Eucharist -- The Holy Eucharist -- Prayers of the People -- Musical Supplement -- Daily Morning Prayer -- Order of Worship for the Evening -- Daily Evening Prayer -- The Holy Eucharist.
Series
Prayer book studies ; 30
Added Entry
Episcopal Church. Book of Common Prayer (1979)
Subjects
Episcopal Church. Book of Common Prayer (1979)
Episcopal Church - Liturgy - Texts
Nonsexist language - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Inclusive language - Episcopal Church
Liturgical language - Episcopal Church
Morning prayer (Divine office) - Episcopal Church
Evening prayer (Divine office) - Episcopal Church
Lord's Supper (Liturgy) - Episcopal Church
ISBN
0-89869-200-8
Call Number
BX 5943 A4 S55 1989
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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