Does anyone have a copy online of the trial eucharist that was celebrated?
It was in the program everyone received who registered - had the schedule in it and workshops as well. Haven't seen it online - but I will check.bb
It would be great to see the trial liturgy that was used. Was it just a trial eucharist or was there a trial service for morning prayer, too?
I'm really surprised that there isn't more interest in the Angloblogosphere about the trial eucharist.
I am not sure I would have called the liturgy a "trial Eucharist." It hasn't reached that stage - it was more of a "draft" Eucharist (with a few fun typos!).The "draft Eucharist" did make for some very enjoyable and interesting conversations over the meals as people engaged in thinking theologically in a liturgical way. The Anglican tradition of doing theology is not so much in drafting and ratifying statements, as much as that is done, but in drafting and ratifying liturgies that we might demonstrate in worship what we believe. I do look forward to future gatherings for those conversations - serious and thoughtful conversations but so often filled with humor.bb
Thank you, BabyBlue. I agree, Jack in Jax. The new prayer book should be a focus of unity and Anglican identity for the ACNA, and so it should be of great interest.
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