Anglican Advent resources for 2013 – blogs, devotionals, etc.

[Last Updated:  December 2]

Here are some updated links to specifically ANGLICAN Advent resources for 2013.  We’ll keep updating this list as we come across additional resources.  For other recommended Advent Resources, Anglican and non-Anglican, check out our Advent Resources category:

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Anglican Mainstream:  Daily Advent Meditations

Trinity School for MinistryDaily Advent Devotionals for 2013

The Cradle of PrayerAdvent week 1:  Daily Morning and Evening Prayer services from the 1928 BCP – daily audio files online.

As recommended in a separate entry below:  The Rev. Patrick Comerford’s Advent 2013 series:  the Art of Advent.

Prydain blog:  Advent 2013  Readings from Church Fathers and other spiritual classics, and oratorios from the Messiah.

Angliverse:  Advent poems

Locusts and Wild Honey: Daily Advent devotionals

TitusOneNine:  Advent entries

Give us this Day:  Daily reflections on the Scriptures by the Rev. Charles Erlandson

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Update 1 – December 2

  • Also, don’t forget Jessica Snell’s blog Homemaking Through the Church YearHere’s her Advent category.  She has some excellent resources posted.    And of course, Jessica is the editor of the Advent resource booklet “Let us Keep the Feast” which we posted about earlier, and which I highly recommend – especially for folks who are new to Advent and need some simple ideas of how to celebrate Advent at home.
  • Bryan Owen at Creedal Christian has an Advent song “Come Lord Jesus” posted.  Here’s his Advent category.
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