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  • Faithful Celebrations 5


    Add meaning to family celebrations and create new ones – Multiple resources for church, home, and community celebrations – Multi-generational Holidays and family events are times for celebration, learning, rituals, food, and fun. This edition of Faithful Celebrations focuses on the months of May, June, and July, when secular holidays inspire us to gather to celebrate God’s creation, our freedom, and our families. Key ideas, activities, materials, background information, music, art, recipes, and prayer resources are all included for small, intimate, or large multi-generational groups, as many festivities bring several generations together at church, at home, and in our communities. Celebrate occasions like International Women’s Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, Summer Solstice, and July 4th in thoughtful, inclusive, and innovative ways.

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  • I Serve At Gods Altar


    * An acolyte resource for the 21st-century Episcopal Church * Fully illustrated (black-and-white) with reproducible handouts Despite the changing landscape of the Episcopal Church, one ministry that continues but gets little attention is that of acolytes. Whether second graders or adults, the mentoring and training of acolytes is a formational experience. I Serve at God’s Altar offers a simplified theology of how God is met in worship and how it affects the lives of those most engaged in it, a visual exploration of the Episcopal liturgy and its history through extensive illustrations, how acolytes fit into the work of the church in worship, and how worship affects the acolyte’s discernment for ministry and Rule of Life. Illustrations include a visual exploration of church artifacts (crosses, candles, Eucharistic vessels, etc.), holds, and processes to set a standard of expectation and expertise in service according to Episcopal practice and tradition. There is a section of reproducible handouts for organizing an acolyte ministry at every size church, including scheduling, communications, installation liturgies, recruitment plans, and training outlines.

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  • Marked For Mission


    Building on the success of Call on Me: A Prayer Book for Young People, this book focuses on the themes and core values of youth ministries in the Episcopal Church. Youth seek ways to put their faith into action and claim their “power,” which is a hallmark of the millennial generation according to recent research. This book offers reflections and prayers to help young people do just that – to live out their faith at home, church, community and beyond. It specifically addresses Episcopal identity for emerging adults, ages 15-25. Gift book for youth and young adults – confirmation, graduation, birthday, holidays, etc. Helps youth apply core values of Episcopal identity into practical terms and practice

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  • Signed Sealed Delivered


    An all-in-one volume sharing the history, practice, and viewpoints of Confirmation in
    the Episcopal Church and the first book on the subject for at least 15 years

    * Resolutions regarding Confirmation are coming to the 2015 General Convention

    * Includes questions for reflection and study by individuals and groups

    Many clergy and educators would say that the rite of Confirmation in the Episcopal
    Church today is a sacrament in search of a meaning. Some believe Confirmation is an
    essential rite of passage for adult leadership in the governance of the church. Some
    believe it is a rite that no longer has a place in the life of the church, understanding the
    importance that Baptism now holds in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer’s ecclesiology.
    Following a history of how the rite of Confirmation came about and its implications for
    youth and adults in the church today, voices in the Episcopal Church (bishops, liturgical
    scholars, confirmation leaders, and youth themselves) offer fresh viewpoints here in a
    conversational format to engage the reader.

    AUDIENCE: For bishops, priests, deacons, seminarians, youth leaders, Christian
    educators, parents.

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  • Prayer Book Guide To Christian Education


    A Christian educator’s one-volume guide for how to teach week by week according to the ethos and tradition of the Episcopal Church ethos while still connected to experience and faith in daily life. This guide to education and formation is based on the Book of Common Prayer, the cornerstone of Anglican liturgy and theology. Keyed to the Revised Common Lectionary, all activities and lessons are structured on the seasons and lessons for Years A, B, and C. The Guide stresses the major themes of baptismal theology and shows how teachers, parents and children can live the liturgical cycle in its Christian formation ministries at church and at home.

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