The Joy of Being Anglican
What makes Anglicanism distinctive and what draws Christians to it, even in turbulent times? This collection of essays from authors ranging from ‘grass-roots’ Christians to church leaders brings a unique perspective to the subject. Through their insights, the reader gains an opportunity to reflect on the Anglican Communion and what it means to them – and perhaps to rediscover the joy of being an Anglican.
Contributors include Jeni Parsons writing about the seasons, Gillian Cooper on English church buildings, Simon Cowling on the liturgy, Paul Kerensa on laughter, Rachel Mann on poetry, Ruth Gledhill on the family, Trevor Dennis on scripture, John Witcombe on vocation, Daniel Newman on the Prayer Book, Victor and Nolavy Osoro on service, Heather Smith on prayer, Mutharaj Swamy on relationships, and Lydia Mwakini on education.