Worship: Walk in Love
Sunday after Sunday, in Episcopal churches across the world, people gather to worship together. As part of the Holy Eucharist, one of the verses that we often hear week after week is, “Walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself for us, an offering and sacrifice to God.”
This verse is used in the offertory sentence, which comes just as the people’s offerings are collected, and is a way of pointing people toward the sacrament of Holy Eucharist that we are about to receive. We are encouraged to make connections between our Sunday prayers and our daily lives. One way to strengthen these connections is to choose to learn more about our tradition as Episcopalians and particularly how The Book of Common Prayer reflects our beliefs and shapes our lives.
Resources to support the path of Worship: Walk in Love Curriculum
Join classmates from across the Episcopal church with a series of five online classes on the Christian life and and basic beliefs of our faith based on the popular book Walk in Love: Episcopal Beliefs & Practices. Guided by authors and Episcopal priests Scott Gunn and Melody Wilson Shobe, we invite you to walk through the liturgical year, the sacraments of the church, habits of daily prayer, and the teachings of Anglican Christianity. See how our prayer shapes our belief and our lives and how our beliefs lead us into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.
Other ChurchNext courses for Lent:
Praying with Saints with Tim and Scott
Everyday Spiritual Practices with Keith Anderson
How to Pray Online with Karekin Yarian