The Prayer Book's 2017 conference was held on the theme: Anglicanism: Catholic and Reformed - Revisiting the Reformation Legacy 1517-2017. It took place at St John's Church, Savannah, Georgia, from midday on Thursday 16th to midday Saturday 18th, February 2017. In the anniversary year of Luther's ninety-five theses which started the Reformation, this conference explored how Anglicanism emerged with an identity that is both truly reformed and enduringly catholic. And we are pleased to … [Read more...]
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Our most recent major events have been our two Annual Conferences in February 2017 on
Anglicanism Catholic and Reformed 1517-2017, Revisiting the Reformation Legacy
and in January 2018 on
The Prayer Book, Doctrine Liturgy and Life
Both held at St. John's Episcopal Church Savannah,
In addition, we have continued our occasional series of one conferences and colloquia
With the most recent being on Apologetics, Science and Faith at the Church of St Francis Potomac near Washington DC. on 10th February, 2018
see also http://www.pbsusa.org/2017/05/22/science-and-faith-at-the-pbs-conference-and-two-panel-discussions/#read
Earlier colloquia included:
One in Dallas at the Church of the Incarnation, on the proposed "Comprehensive Revision" of the liturgy of the Episcopal Church of which there is an initial report in the current Advent 2017 Edition of the Anglican Way.
Board Members have also attended the Nashotah House Conference on the future of Anglicanism as well as the Theology Conference in November at the Church of the Advent, Boston.
Board members also been active overseas:
--as contributing participants in the recent Pusey House Conference in Oxford on Knowing and Loving the Triune God.
--Fr Edward Rix also visited Tanzania and spoke at the invitation of the Bishop of Western Tanganyika, to several thousand at a Youth Conference in Kasulu of which a full report is in the Advent 2017 edition of the Anglican Way
We have also launched further chapters of our volume for Catechesis by Society President Gavin Dunbar, I am His.
These chapters can be accessed via the links below
(and also our pbsusa.org website http://www.pbsusa.org/catechesis-project ) and we welcome feedback which can be taken into account in future editions of this work.
I am His Chapters now available :
The next in our occasional series of Colloquia: Instituted of God, on the theme of Marriage, will be held at All Saints' Wynnewood, P.A. at 7 p.m. on the evening of Friday 28th and 10 a.m. on the morning of 29th October. http://www.allsaintswynnewood.org The Friday evening speaker will be Dr. Roberta Bayer, of Patrick Henry College and Editor of Anglican Way, the journal of the PBS … [Read more...]
Please click on the link below to see the text in full PBS Newsletter draft Summer 2016 The Society is delighted to announce the first of what is expected to be a regular way of communicating the latest news of our activities and plans to members and supporters via e-mail. In order to receive these newsletters it will be important to sign up to our e-mail list on either of our websites and we thank all those who have already done this. Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff PBS … [Read more...]
The Society held the first of its two planned colloquia in Dallas at the Parish of the Holy Cross, on the theme of Daily Prayer in Anglicanism. The event featured opening presentations by the Society President Fr. Gavin Dunbar, who gave an historical overview and the Editor of the Magazine Dr. Roberta Bayer looked at the “Daily Office as a Means to Christian Renewal”. The newly elected Bishop of Dallas, Dr. George Sumner (previously of Wycliffe College in the University of Toronto) addressed … [Read more...]