Christ Our Redeemer Anglican Church
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ARC

The Anglican Reading Cohort

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Want to explore the ancient roots of the Christian faith? Want to learn how Christians throughout the ages have expressed that faith? Join us for an exploration of the great texts of the ancient Church and Reformation.

firsthand knowledge is not only more worth acquiring than secondhand knowledge, but is usually much easier and more delightful to acquire.
— C.S. Lewis

The Anglican Reading Cohort (ARC) exists to establish a robust understanding of Anglican identity through engagement with primary sources rooted in the Anglican tradition. 

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We are currently reading: Our Common Prayer: A Field Guide to the Book of Common Prayer by Winfield Bevins

Our Common Prayer offers a refreshing alternative to our postmodern world by helping us reconnect to the historic prayers of the Christian faith. Your faith will be refreshed and renewed through this wonderful field guide to the historic Book of Common Prayer. The historic common prayer tradition has enriched the faith of millions of Christians around the world for hundreds of years and still has the power to offer a vibrant, healthy, life-giving faith for our generation and generations to come. Our Common Prayer follows a simple outline and rhythm from the Book of Common Prayer and is edited for contemporary use. Our Common Prayer can be used in a variety of ways: for individual private devotion, for small groups, for youth ministry, or even for church gatherings.

Get your copy here!

Next Meeting Date: Tuesday, June 11 at 6:30pm
Next Meeting Location: Givens Books
No outside food or drink.
The kitchen closes at 7:00 so if you're eating there, make sure to order ahead of time. Drinks will be available until 8.

 


 

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