The Church of England’s Nietzschean Proposal

Sep 13, 2017 by

by Carl R Trueman, First Things: In a world of change and flux, it is reassuring to know that some things remain the same. Take, for example, the motion passed by the Church of England General Synod, calling for a liturgy to help transgender people celebrate their transitions. This motion is...

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Why I will continue to wear vestments

Jul 12, 2017 by

by Andrew Lightbown: Synod has voted and canon law will now be changed to permit deacons and priests and, presumably, readers to dispense with vestments when celebrating the divine office. Vestments will no longer be required for weddings and, I think, funerals. The decision to dress less...

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Toronto Church Creates Liturgy for Gender Transformation

Sep 9, 2016 by

from Anglican Ink: The church has always gathered as a community to mark the most important life passages of its members, so when Beck Shaefer, a member of St. Stephen-in-the-Fields, Toronto, legally transitioned from female to male, changing his name and identity documents to reflect a truer...

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