This subject is designed to help students grow in confidence to use an Anglican Prayer Book effectively in pastoral and evangelistic settings. It is worth 6 credit points, and is usually paired with CH016 Anglican Identity or another subject worth 6 credit points.
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|Workload||One semester, 6 credit points||One semester, 6 credit points|
|Subject Code||PC085 (also available as CH020)||PC085 (also available as CH020)|
|Teacher||Rhys Bezzant||Rhys Bezzant|
Students enrolling in this unit are expected to arrange to lead at least two church services over the semester. Where possible, at least one of these should use the Book of Common Prayer (BCP) or A Prayer Book for Australia (APBA) or another liturgy authorised in your diocese. Students need to have access to a copy of A Prayer Book for Australia (APBA, both the red and green books) which are used frequently throughout this unit.
In this subject you will grow in your capacity for liturgical leadership by watching videos on the history and practice of Anglican worship, by reflecting on your own experience of leading liturgical services, and by engaging with fellow students in class or in online forums where you discuss weekly readings. Your confidence and skills in leading Sunday services will be enhanced. Students should allow 4-5 hours study time per week for this subject.
Students will need to arrange to lead and receive feedback on their leading of at least two liturgical services during the teaching period.