The Bible Arranged For Worship
The Book of Common Prayer (BCP) is used by churches with traditional links to the Church of England. It contains worship services and prayers for many occasions, as well as historical documents that define our Anglican heritage. The original BCP, published in 1549, was integral in the formation of the Church of England, as it put worship within the reach of everyone in their own language. Today, Anglican Churches around the world use their own versions of the BCP.
Currently, the Anglican Church of North America has a liturgy task force that is commissioned to rewrite our worship services, reaching back into our Anglican past to emphasize that we are rooted in the historic Christian faith and Protestant Reformation.
To learn more about the liturgy task force, "Texts for Common Prayer" on Anglicanchurch.net.
That all being said—you can easily follow and participate in our worship using that day's service bulletins.