Anglicanism: A gift in Christ

The Anglican Way of Prayer / De Anglicaanse manier van bidden

This article on prayer was given by the Chaplain of Utrecht in response to a request to present an Anglican reflection on prayer at the Ecumenical Pastorsdag held during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity on 17 January AD 2017 (the talk is also available on this page in Dutch, thanks to Erik Heemskerk). Next month we will return to Anglicanism: A Gift in Christ, Part 5: A worldwide Church.

Anglicanism: A Gift in Christ – Part 2: The Medieval Church

The first night of the Anglicanism course was on the Church’s history and structures and given in five parts. The notes from that talk will be featured in the Newsletter over the next few months. – by David Phillips, chaplain of Holy Trinity Utrecht.   (see also Part 1: An Ancient Church  and  Part 3: A Reformed Church)   A Scholarly Church One of the characteristics of the Church of England has been and continues to be its…

Anglicanism: a Gift in Christ – Part 1: An Ancient Church

 The first night of the Anglicanism course was on the Church’s history and structures and given in five parts. The notes from that talk will be featured in the Newsletter over the next few months. – by David Phillips, chaplain of Holy Trinity Utrecht. (see also Part 2: A Medieval Church   Part 3: A Reformed Church Part 4: A Continually Reforming Church)  Part 1: An Ancient Church Often we hear from visitors that it is Henry VIII…