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We read this as a congregation a few years ago, definitely inspired us to have an outward facing church vs church for the sake of our own worship. Also helped us focus on connecting with our neighbors in real ways.
The Gospel has a house key
We read this last fall/summer which encouraged us to take seriously and utilize hospitality as a means of grace. Rosaria’s own conversion happened as a result of faithful and “radically normal” hospitality.
The Good of Giving Up
This was a good Lenten read. Fr Damiani, came from an Evangelical perspective and found the practices of Lent in the Anglican Tradition to be confusing. After studying them and entering into them, the practice started to transform him.
Liturgy of the Ordinary
“In the overlooked moments and routines of our day, we can become aware of God's presence in surprising ways. How do we embrace the sacred in the ordinary and the ordinary in the sacred? Framed around one ordinary day, this book explores daily life through the lens of liturgy, small practices, and habits that form us. Each chapter looks at something―making the bed, brushing her teeth, losing her keys―that the author does every day. Drawing from the diversity of her life as a campus minister, Anglican priest, friend, wife, and mother, Tish Harrison Warren opens up a practical theology of the everyday. Each activity is related to a spiritual practice as well as an aspect of our Sunday worship. Come and discover the holiness of your every day.”
The Anglican Way
“The Anglican Way is a guidebook for anyone interested in following Jesus as an Anglican Christian. Written for both the newcomer and the person who wants to go deeper, this book answers hundreds of questions about history, theology, worship, and more. Learn about this ancient but fast-growing branch of the Body of Christ. Let this guide help you as you walk the Anglican Way.” - From Amazon
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