Episcopal History, Ethos and Liturgy Class

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Episcopal History, Ethos and Liturgy Class

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This six-week class is offered twice per year and covers an introduction to Episcopal Church history, from the beginning of the early church to the American Revolution, with an emphasis on the German and English Reformation, including the spark that lit the reformation Martin Luther as well as the dynamics between Henry VIII and the Pope that led to the creation of The Church of England. The class also covers the influence of Elizabeth I upon the development of the Book of Common Prayer and it’s influence upon English language. The class touches on the history and theology of the Nicene Creed as well as provides an introduction to Episcopal liturgy and the seasons of the church year. This class may also be considered for those who wish to be confirmed.

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