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FEBRUARY 2, 2019

Welcome To Liturgy Canada

Liturgy Canada is a society of men and women committed to the ongoing renewal of the Church in worship and mission.  Our ministry is to provide resources which focus the debate, inform our practice, and evaluate our experience. In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number and availability of liturgical resources. Changing technologies are presenting challenges and opportunities for our parish churches, as does the ongoing exchange of liturgies between Canadian Lutherans and Anglicans. The publication Liturgy Canada has a prominent place in our work of sharing ideas around liturgy.

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Liturgy Canada is made up of mainly Anglicans and Lutherans from across the country.  The Executive Committee also includes Roman Catholic and Mennonite members.


All books and manuals are published by Liturgy Canada.  Click here to order online.

Journey to Baptismal Living

October 26-28, 2018 at St Paul’s University, Ottawa
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Real Presence:  The Meal

Click to read a recap of some of the day’s presentations.

Real Presence:  Proclaiming the Word

Click here to read a review of our April 23, 2017 conference on Proclaiming the Word.
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Rediscovering the Prayers of the People

Jesus’ teaching about prayer is paradoxical, to say the least: “When you are praying, do
not heap up empty phrases as the Gentiles do; for they think that they will be heard
because of their many words. Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you
need before you ask him.”(Matthew 6: 7-8) So why pray at all, if God already knows what
we need, and even knows what’s on our minds? And do we really think we can
persuade God to do something God would not have been inclined to do?

Read more of  Rediscovering the Prayers of the People

The Sunday Morning Crisis:  rethinking the relation between liturgy and mission

Why have most of the baptized given up on Sunday worship? While church authorities argue about the way worship should be conducted and what kind of music and preaching should be featured, many of even the most informed and conscientious Christians have apparently concluded it’s not worth the trouble. It’s not that they have stopped ‘doing justice, loving kindness, and walking humbly with their God’ (Micah 6:8); it’s just that confusion about the purpose of Sunday morning has taken its toll.

Read more of  The Sunday Morning Crisis