The Anglican Way is published by the Prayer Book Society of the USA, an association of Episcopalians (Anglicans) who seek to keep alive the classic Common Prayer Tradition, first conceived in 1549 as the Church of England’s Catholic and Reformed appropriation of the Doctrine of the ancient Church.
In cooperation with sister societies in the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia, the Prayer Book Society strives to promote and impart the Biblical Faith, Doctrine, and Moral Discipline to which the Book of Common Prayer and the Anglican Formularies bear witness.
Prayer Book Society Board
The Revd. Gavin Dunbar, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Savannah, GA and President, Prayer Book Society USA: http://www.stjohnssav.org
The Very Revd. Gordon Anderson, St. Alban’s Anglican Church, Joppa, MD: http://www.saintalbansjoppa.org/Welcome.html and Secretary of The Prayer Book Society USA
The Very Revd. David Thurlow, Treasurer of the Prayer Book Society USA. St. Matthias, 9 North Duke Street PO Box336 , Summerton, SC 29148, http://www.stmatthiassummerton.net
Dr. David K. Anderson, Assistant Professor of Renaissance Literature, Department of English, University of Oklahoma
Dr. Roberta L. Bayer, Assistant Professor of Government, Patrick Henry College, Purcellville, V.A.
Dr. Jesse Billett, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Divinity, Trinity College, University of Toronto
Dr. Stephen J. Blackwood, President of Ralston College, Savannah, Georgia.
The Very Revd. William McKeachie, Charleston, South Carolina
Professor (retired) William Murchison, Dallas, TX
Mr. James Pritchard, Dean of Ralston College
The Revd. Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff, Hon. Special Advisor to the Prayer Book Society USA and Director General The World Dialogue Network, Editor, The Anglican Way
Others crucial to the work of the Society:
Ray Summerell, Executive Assistant, St John’s Church, Savannah
Mildred Dirst and Cynthia Cyr, Hon. Bookkeepers and Administrators, The Prayer Book Society
Warren and Emily Thrasher, Hon. Bibliopolists for the Marketplace of the Prayer Book Society, http://www.anglicanmarketplace.com