The Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross (SCHC) joins the world-wide Anglican Communion in praying together. Anglican Women at Prayer movement in SCHC offers conferences that bring women from different contexts together to experience each other’s praying, along with opportunities to learn about praying with each  other. Visit our conference center website www.adelynrood.org for more information about what is offered as well as the history of the Society; then, join us by clicking on Praying for Current Events to be part of a global blog where we share praying to change the world as we build relationships of affection.

 

Zeyneb Sayilgan
Zeyneb Sayilgan

At Resources for Individuals and Small Groups, you can share in a Conference held in 2014 with Virginia Theological Seminary, entitled Anglican Women at Prayer: weaving our bonds of affection. Resources include online videos of Keynote Speaker presentations, a Study Guide with facilitator notes to use with the videos, and the Conference Bible Study in English and Swahili.

 

Dr. Ellie Sanderson
Dr. Ellie Sanderson

Visit the website of the Anglican Theological Review to order the Spring 2016 issue called, “Anglican Women at Prayer,” featuring articles, poetry, artwork, and book reviews from women around the global Anglican Communion. Subscriptions (4 issues/year) are $45.00; single copies are $15.00. Email atr@anglicantheologicalreview.org to order or for information about bulk rates.

 

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“She Carries Me”

Go to ECVA.org (Episcopal Church & Visual Arts web site) and visit their “Women at Prayer” exhibition featuring images of “those prayers that are made visible through the skill of the artist’s hand: embodied prayers that are painted or drawn or printed, modeled or woven or stitched.”

Weaving Our Bonds of Affection Poem

Holding Hope
“Holding Hope”