Why is the option we have vowed and agreed to, of celebrating the Transfiguration this coming Sunday, been removed without following the process of changing our agreements?
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Common Prayer is our incorporation and transformation into the Life of God – all God’s variety gathered in unity around one table. Bespoke worship (in The Anglican Church of Or), shaped to meet what I perceive to be my needs, inevitably leads to small communities of similar people.
For this coming Sunday, the Lectionary booklet of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia (also known as the Anglican Church of Or) provides for an option where “the Transfiguration is transferred to Monday 7 August” (see image above). But this option is not allowed for in our Church’s Formularies (the agreed teaching
I had the next post for reading Matthew in slow motion prepared to be published today, but then observant Rev. Ellen Bernstein (Vicar of St Stephen’s, Tamahere) noticed that the readings for this Sunday (image above) in the NZ Anglican Lectionary booklet for 2017 are not from any lectionary that we have agreed, as a
If you are not interested in NZ, or liturgical worship life here, go out and lie on a beach.1 Otherwise – do read on, if you like. Oh – and before I get to today’s post, click on this link for the reflection on Sunday’s collect for The Baptism of the Lord. Here’s the conclusion