Worship/Liturgical Resources from the Anglican Church of Canada

The following are links to worship/liturgy resources (pdfs and uploads) from the Anglican Church of Canada website: www.anglican.ca.

Liturgical [Worship] Texts Online

General Link:

The BAS:

The BCP:

Alternative Collects of the Day for the Revised Common Lectionary:

Inclusive Language Liturgical Psalter:

Pointed Inclusive Language Liturgical Psalter:

Morning and Evening Prayer (Seasons of the Church Year):

Morning and Evening Prayer (Ordinary Time):

Eucharistic Prayers beyond the BAS:

The Public Distribution of Holy Communion by Deacons and Lay People:

Baptism. Thanksgiving Over the Water for All Saints Day:

Baptism. Thanksgiving Over the Water for the Baptism of the Lord:

Gathering Rites for the Paschal Season – Lent to Easter:

The Paschal Season, Lent to Easter, a particularly important time in the liturgical calendar to focus on the process of initiation-into-Christ, as our communities reaffirm their own baptismal vocation and prepare to initiate new members into baptismal living in community.

Occasional Celebrations:

If you are looking for a Commissioning Liturgy, or prayers for the blessing of __________, or…………. this is the resource for you!

For All the Saints:

This is a wonderful daily resource, which not only includes Collects and Scripture Readings for Saints’ Days, Memorials, and Commemorations, but also interesting biographical notes, and well as excerpts of original writings. Great for preaching, bible studies, and personal devotion.

Indigenous Ministries/Truth and Reconciliation

A Disciple’s Prayer Book:

Disciple’s Prayer book for the Anglican Council for Indigenous Peoples. Published by the Indigenous Theological Training Institute in Minneapolis, MN. This is a small treasure, for both corporate and private worship and devotion.

Sacred Teachings Podcasts:

There is a hidden wealth in this Land. This wealth lies in the wisdom of the Indigenous Elders all across Turtle Island. The teachings, languages, traditions and stories of the Ancestors are shared in the podcast series “Sacred Teachings.” Highly respected Indigenous speakers are featured in this series, with a different theme for each season, including the sacredness of Creation and finding meaning in a global crisis.

For the Aboriginal Day of Prayer:

Liturgical texts and readings in English, French, ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ (Inuktitut), and Western Cree for National Indigenous Day of Prayer, to be used on June 21 in the Book of Alternative Service Calendar of Memorials and Commemorations.

Worship in the Vision of New Agape: Indigenous Prayers and Liturgies for Healing and Reconciliation:

Introductory materials and resources for worship reflecting the work of the ACIP-FWM (Anglican Council of Indigenous People-Faith, Worship, and Ministry) Joint Working Group on Worship 2001-2004, establishing principles for the vision of an Anglican Indigenous Covenant.

We Are Still Here: A Responsive Litany

A litany developed by the Primate’s Commission on the Doctrine of Discovery, Justice and Reconciliation for use in community settings, whether in Sunday worship, diocesan or deanery meetings, study groups, or another form of gathering.

At Home Resources for Home Prayer:

Translations of Liturgical Texts

In French:
https://www.anglican.ca/resources/french-liturgical-material/                    http://www.montreal.anglican.ca/liturgy

In Cree:

In Chinese:


Making Preparation: Liturgy Planning Notes:

Where can I buy…?:
Worship books, hymnals, and other Anglican resources available for purchase.