Shaped by a Living Hope: Liturgical Formation for a Missional Church
Saturday June 14, 2014
9:30am to 4pm
St. Francis Episcopal Church
2903 Cabezon Blvd SE, Rio Rancho, NM
The church exists to live in the midst of the world as a sign, witness and foretaste of God's promised and immanent Kingdom. Communities of faith are formed and transformed in this vocation as they engage in the dynamic interweaving of missional liturgy "in the sanctuary" and missional service "beyond the walls." More Information (PDF)
APLM Launches Webinar Series for Members
APLM Webinar: You Are What You Sing: Congregational Song February 13, 2014 3 P.M. EST (Noon PST)
Join us for the next APLM webinar in our inaugural series for a presentation by Marilyn Haskel about the musical persona of Congregations.
online journal focuses on the inculturation of liturgy, and the subversive power of that great symbol in baptism, water.
The Associated Parishes for Liturgy and Mission is an association of people in the The Episcopal Church in the United States, the Anglican Church of Canada, and sister churches who share a passion for liturgy that is well done, appropriate to the culture and context, and revelatory of God's lively mission in the world.
Members of APLM played a major role in drafting and promoting the Book of Common Prayer in ECUSA, and the Book of Alternative Services in Canada.
APLM played a major role in the reestablishment of the Eucharist’s primacy in worship and parish life amongst North American Anglicans
The organization has championed the centrality of baptism as the foundation for Christian ministry and has worked for the restoration of the Catechumenate within the life of the church
APLM has been a major advocate of the recovery of a distinctive deaconate in ordained ministry