Whether you learn best by listening, skimming, or talking, we have a few resources that can help introduce you to our beloved tradition.
Word and Table: A show dedicated to Anglican basics. Many have found Stephen and Alex's short, accessible shows quite helpful in explaining the core of Anglican belief and history.
Always Forward: This is a podcast specifically about Anglican church planting. Dan and Shawn share about the theological and cultural motivations for starting new a new church. It can be a helpful way to learn how doctrine shapes practice.
The Anglican Way: A guidebook for both the newcomer and the person who wants to go deeper, this book answers hundreds of questions about history, theology, worship, and more.
Liturgy of the Ordinary: Interested in recognizing how liturgy can shape life outside of Sunday worship? Framed around one ordinary day, this book explores daily life through the lens of liturgy, small practices, and habits that form us. Each chapter looks at something―making the bed, brushing her teeth, losing her keys―that the author does every day.
You Are What You Love: Sure, this isn't technically about Anglicanism, but Smith makes a pretty strong case for using the ancient liturgical practices of the church in order to deepen your love of God.
Anglican Pastor: This website isn't written for Anglican Pastors, it's written by Anglican Pastors. The articles are inspired by actual questions of folks new to the tradition. Topics range from baptism to vestments to liturgy, so be warned that there's a strong chance this site will generate more questions than answers.
Newcomer's Dinner: Come over to our house! Rick and Molly host informal dinners every month or so, and it's a great opportunity to meet others asking the same questions you are.