Australian Anglicans Worship: Performing APBA
Australian Anglicans Worship: performing APBA explores the heritage, background, contents and creative use of A Prayer Book for Australia (APBA).
Reflection on the theological and liturgical principles that surround each service in APBA is blended with ideas for creative worship — and the author is not afraid to take poor theology and unhelpful practice to task.
In writing this book, the Revd Dr Charles Sherlock AM has drawn on his close involvement with the preparation of APBA, along with his five decades of teaching and enthusiasm for lively liturgy.
Sensitive to the Anglican heritage and its current diversity, Australian Anglicans Worship: performing APBA is a unique resource for Australian Anglicans. Scholarly, yet eminently readable, it supports all who prepare, lead and participate in creative Christian worship that is faithful to what really matters.
Part A APBA – background and features
Part B Resources for every Christian liturgy
Part C Services of the Word
Part D ‘Go and make disciples’: Christian initiation
Pact E Holy Communion/The Eucharist/The Lord’s Supper
Part F Marking Rites of Passage using APBA
Part G Other resources in APBA
Title: Australian Anglicans Worship: Performing APBA
Author: Charles Sherlock
Publisher: Broughton Publishing