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Our worship follows the pattern set down by the earliest centuries of the Church. This pattern centers around two simple movements: the reading and preaching of God's Word, and sharing the Lord's Supper. This is what we call "the Liturgy," a shared pattern of worship that unites us to each other and to the Church, throughout history and around the world.
Anglicans practice this ancient pattern of worship using the Book of Common Prayer, a version of the ancient liturgy which came out of the English Reformation in the 16th century.