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Vol II No. 5

The Anglican Way Conference, sponsored by the Prayer Book Society:

THE ONCE AND FUTURE LITURGY: THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER
AND THE ANGLICAN IDENTITY

Conference Schedule

Wednesday, March 6th – (for those arriving the day before)
11:50 am Litany and Holy Communion (Church)
5:00 pm Evening Prayer (Chapel)
9:00 pm Sung compline (Church)

Thursday, March 7th
8:30 am Morning Prayer and Holy Communion (Chapel)
1 pm Registration (Lobby of Cranmer Hall, 27 West Charlton Street)
2 pm Welcome – Fr Gavin Dunbar and Canon Alistair Macdonald Radcliff
Track 1 – Reading Scripture with the Church
2:15 pm Derek Olson, Scripture read and left unread: The Daily Office
vs. Math
3:15 pm Ben Crosby: “The godly and decent ordre of the auncient
fathers”: Cranmer’s Daily Office, Scripture, and the Liturgical Movement
4:00 pm Tea Fellowship Hall (Cranmer Hall – first floor)
4:30 pm Gavin Dunbar: Profit in Reading: the Prayer Book and the
Reception of God’s Word
5:15 pm Wine & cheese – Fellowship Room (Cranmer Hall – first floor)

6:30 pm Choral Evensong & Sermon (St. John’s Church)
Preacher: The Rev’d David Svihel, Priest Associate, Church of
the Redeemer, Sarasota

Friday, March 8th
8:30 am Morning Prayer (Chapel)
Track 2: Reformation Theology of the Prayer Book
9:15 am Gerald Bray. Converting the Congregation: the Prayer Book’s
Mission
10:15 am Brad Littlejohn The Common Good of Common Prayer: Public
Religion and the Creation of Community in Richard Hooker’s Laws
11:00 am Torrance Kirby ‘Things visible correspond to things invisible’:
Richard Hooker on the ‘sensible excellencie of publique religion’
Noon–2 pm Lunch Break
12–1 pm Tours of Green Meldrim House and of Savannah Churches –
(tours must be booked at registration).
Track 3: Changing Perspectives on the Prayer Book
2:15 pm Zac Hicks, The Book of Common Prayer from Thomas Cranmer’s
Perspective
3:15 pm Drew Keane, How Viable is the Prayer Book Today?
4:00 pm Gary Thorne, Robert Crouse and Prayer Book Catholicism
4:45 pm Panel Discussion
6:30 – 8 pm Conference Reception (Green Meldrim House)

If you’re staying through Saturday or Sunday:

Saturday, March 9th
11 am Holy Communion (Chapel)

Sunday, March 10th – Fourth Sunday in Lent
8 am Holy Communion (Church)
9 am Family Holy Communion (Chapel)
10 am Parish Forum: The Thought of Robert Crouse – Fr Gary Thorne, General Editor, The Works of Robert Crouse
11 am Morning Prayer & Sermon (Church)
Preacher: Fr Gary Thorne, General Editor, The Works of Robert Crouse.