O Come, O Come Emmanuel

Since learning about them from this post from The Homely Hours, I’ve been reading up on the O Antiphons. An Antiphon, in traditional Western Christian liturgy, is a short sentence sung or recited before or after a psalm or canticle (and a canticle is a hymn or chant, typically with a biblical text, forming a […]

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The Homely Hours – An Interview

I’ve made some Anglican Mama friends on Instagram. Amanda is one of them, and she’s incredible. In Spotswood Cornerstone Community, we have Morning Prayer twice a week and begin with a reflection on a Saint, Hero or Holy Day. I have a bunch of resources, but my default has been Exciting Holiness online. The book […]

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On Being a Liturgical Charismatic

This article first appeared in Equip Issue 30, March 2017, Worship Wars: A Way Forward. Equip is a publication from Ethos. Images are from Lambeth Palace Media. ___________________________ I interviewed Rev. Tim Watson from Chemin Neuf and fellow Community of St Anselm member Lindsey. Here are our reflections on having a broad experience of worship. […]

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The Porter’s Gate Worship Project

Occasionally on social media, I come across something truly delightful, which was the case earlier this week. The Porter’s Gate Worship Project is ‘a creative movement aimed at reimagining and recreating worship that welcomes, reflects and impacts both community and the Church’. Their debut album is ‘Work Songs’: 14 modern hymns centered on affirming vocation […]

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