The Episcopal Handbook

Front Cover
Church Publishing, Inc., 2008 - Religion - 256 pages
2 Reviews
The Episcopal Handbook provides historical and theological information about the Episcopal Church alongside fun-filled facts and practical tips for being a churchgoing follower of Jesus Christ. Complete with illustrations, the book presents a combination of vast truths, complex details, and bits of humor about the Episcopal understanding of the Christian life. This unique and handy resource is perfect for youth, adults, students, families, and all those interested in learning about much of what encompasses life in the church. Sections include: • How to Stay Alert in Church • How to be a Greeter (or Usher, or Acolyte, etc.) • How to tell the difference between a “Vocation” and a “Vacation” • How to Survive a Service in an Un-Air-Conditioned Church • A brief history of the Anglican Communion • How to Interpret “Controversial” Bible Passages and Remain Episcopalian •...and dozens more!

What people are saying - Write a review

A fun, succinct overview of the Episcopal church

User Review  - Alice -

Lots of humor, tongue in cheek explanations of topics teens (and adults) may be embarrassed to ask as well as brief chapters on our faith, history, and the Bible. A very good companion to confirmation class! Read full review

A good beginning...

User Review  - Corky the Hooded One -

I bought this book with the hopes of learning more about the Episcopal church and all of its ins-and-outs. This book contains a lot of useful information, but I found that some of its "humor" seemed ... Read full review

Other editions - View all

Bibliographic information