Episcopalians have disagreed about many things over the years, but the prayer book has remained a focus of unity.
Many of us wish for clear sailing on prayer book revision, but we run a real danger of getting caught by a whirlpool on one side and rocky shoals on the other.
As the most Anglican of all our liturgies, the Daily Office deserves the most deference and defense we can give it.
For the sake of mission, we need to rediscover the gospel that the BCP empowers us to pray.
We don't need prayer book revision in the church; we need prayer book recovery.
The 1979 prayer book needs refinement, not radical revision.
Many want to be reconnected to a tradition from which they feel distanced. They want ancient, connected, continuous, simple, transformative liturgy.