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Are you new to Anglicanism?

We curated some of the best resources to help you on your journey. Our tradition is rich and full of the history of God and his people following the way of Jesus Christ in his Church. Enjoy!

Pray Morning and Evening Prayer according to the Anglican Church in North America's 2019 Book of Common Prayer with The Reverend Andrew Russell, Assistant Pastor for Families & Youth at St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Mountain Brook, AL a parish in the Anglican Diocese of the South.

The Basics

We've found the folks at Word and Table do an excellent job of covering basic, intermediate, and advance topics in understanding the Christian Faith within the Anglican Tradition. We catalogued some of their episodes by topic below and are so very happy to share their efforts with you.

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The Anglican Tradition is a tradition wrapped in prayer. From the prayer that Jesus taught us to pray, to many prayers found in the Book of Common prayer, we are a praying people. Here are four episodes of Word & Table that will no doubt enrich your faith.

-The Lord's Prayer

-The Daily Office

-The Book of Common Prayer

-The Eucharistic Prayer

-Obstacles to Prayer

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Anglican Basics

There can be a lot to get used to when coming into the Anglican Tradition. Here are some rich discussions that will walk you through our wonderful history.

-The Church

-Deacons, Priests, and Bishops

-The Laity

-The Creeds

-An Introduction to Anglicanism

-The Thirty-nine Articles of Religion

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The Sacraments

Sacraments are often described as an outward and visible sign of an inward and spiritual grace. Begin going deeper with these episodes.

-The Sacraments: Baptism and The Lord's Supper

-How often to take the Eucharist?

-Infant Baptism

-Conditional Baptism

-The Sacramentals


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What's the Deal With...

What's the deal with icons? What's the deal with that big candle? What's the deal with the bishop's hat? These questions and others like them are probably some that you or someone you know asks pretty regularly. Enjoy these episodes where we can learn the meaning, purpose and history behind many things we encounter in the Anglican Tradition.

-Big Candle (Pascal Candle)

-Bishops' Hat and other stuff


-Changing Colors


-Eucharist Accoutrements

-Holy Water



-Language in the Liturgy


-Parishes, Dioceses, and Provinces


-Stations of the Cross



-Water & Wine (mixing it at the Eucharist)

A special thanks to Word & Table for their excellent content. If you'd like to hear more of the episodes from Fr. Alex and Fr. Stephen you can find their full site by clicking the Word & Table logo.

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Stories of Coming to the Anglican Tradition

Below are episodes of the Classic Anglican Podcast that feature interviews with chaplains who made there way to the Anglican tradition. We pray that these powerful stories will help you as you journey in the Anglican Way.

From Roman Catholic to Anglican with Fr. Julio
From Charismatic to Anglican with Fr. Nathan
From Baptist to Anglican with Fr. Adam
From Evangelical to Anglican with Fr. Alan
From Pentecostal to Anglican with Fr. Dan
From Chapel BRAT to Anglican with Fr. Rob
From Methodist to Anglican with Fr. Marshall
From Reformed Baptist to Anglican with Fr. Matt
From Presbyterian to Anglican with Fr. Zac
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