As the new Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd – Pelham, AL podcast is added to more apps, please check the website to see where you can download. We are still hoping it will be available on iTunes soon but it is currently available on seven different apps: https://www.goodshepherdacna.com/podcast.
Also, we recorded the First Office of Instruction from the 2003 REC Book of Common Prayer as a service and plan on doing the Second Office soon. The REC BCP version is spot on with the 1928 BCP except for a few very minor additions, namely breaking up the Ten Commandments into more questions. The responses remain the same. We hope to record more parts of the classic prayer book, especially the 1662 Catechism and the 1928 American Family Prayer Offices to assist families with their devotional life.
Another Miserable Offenders podcast dropped and it is entitled “Monks with Benefits” due to yours truly mentioning in the pre-recording prep that The Benedict Option or #BenOp seems to be calling Christian families into a form of monasticism. And well, since we’re married, perhaps that makes us monks with benefits? I digress…
The Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd – Pelham, Alabama podcast is beginning a series on the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion where I am reading through the articles. No commentary, just the pure, unadulterated, and straightforward theology of the articles from the 1662 edition of the Book of Common Prayer.
If you have never read the AoR or you are familiar with them but would like an audio version then this series is for you. Ministers may want to use this series to walk through the AoR with their parish and to use with their catechizing class for confirmands.
As the new vicar of Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd in Pelham, Alabama, I have decided to start a podcast in order to distribute sermons, services, lectures, and miscellany. Please take a listen, rate, and subscribe to boost the podcast’s visibility for those who may also enjoy. It will soon be available on all major podcasting apps.
Visit our website and Facebook page for more information on the church plant and please drop by and visit or recommend a friend or family member visit with us one Sunday. Please like the Facebook page and send us a review as well!
A relatively straightforward video that is less than ten minutes long can be found here. I hope to start teaching my children Anglican chant as a way to work through the Psalter and hopefully assist in memorization.
Also, much of what little I have learned regarding chant is thanks to the resources provided at Cradle of Prayer. I highly recommend their website and daily office recordings.