The Book of Common Prayer is a treasured resource for members of the Episcopal Church and those who wish to learn about the faith. Within these pages, find guidance, strength, and hope as you travel along the path of your spiritual journey.
For more than 460 years, The Book of Common Prayer has been a treasured resource for those of the Episcopal faith, which today has nearly two million members in the United States. Within its pages, countless many have found guidance, strength, and hope. One of the major works of English literature, it has been used regularly for weddings, baptisms, and Episcopal church services since it was first published. Phrases from within the text, such as Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust” and Till death do us part,” are common in many of the traditions and ceremonies celebrated today by many Christians.
Every day, readers will turn to it as a map to guide them as they travel along the path of their spiritual journey; they will turn to it in times of sickness and sorrow; and it will be ever-present by their side as they celebrate joyous occasions.
A wonderful devotional resource for any Christian, this edition is packaged for gifting, and is ideal for Bible study groups, as well as confirmation and graduation gifts. The affordable price and compact size makes it ideal for those who like to have a copy they can take to the office, or pack conveniently in their luggage when traveling; a trusted companion for both physical and spiritual journeys.
The Episcopal Church is a Christian church divided into nine provinces and has dioceses in the United States, Taiwan, Micronesia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, as well as the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe and the Navajoland Area Mission. Because of its origins, the Episcopal Church is considered apostolic, as its bishops can be traced back to the apostles via holy orders.