‘Anglican’ Christianity: A four-part series in Advent 2022

What does it mean to be an ‘Anglican’ Christian? Over 40 Churches around the globe, consisting of no less than 85 million people, identify themselves as ‘Anglican’. Yet, Anglicans are divided among themselves in terms of doctrine and practice as demonstrated in the most recent Lambeth Conference (Summer 2022). This Series looks to four staples that Anglicans have classically identified as the bases of their belief and behavior to highlight harmony rather than discord. The Series will be offered on the Mondays of Advent 2022 at 7pm (GMT) in four 30-minute webinars, each of which will be posted on YouTube. The Series is meant to be a resource for Anglicans/Episcopalians to use creatively during the Season of Advent, for example as a refresher course for individuals or a conversation starter for church groups, with discussion questions at the end of each webinar.

Holy Scripture: ‘all things necessary to salvation’ and the rule of faith (Monday 28 November)
The Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds: symbols and statements of faith (Monday 5 December)
The Dominical Sacraments: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper (Monday 12 December)
The Historic Episcopate: a universal and locally adopted means of unity (Monday 19 December)

Presenter: Revd Dr Michael Hull, Director of Studies and Tutor, Scottish Episcopal Institute, Edinburgh. Time: 7pm to 7:30pm (GMT) on Monday evenings in Advent 2022. Registration is free. All are welcome; register here.