Announcement: Anglican Week At Cheese-Wearing Theology

I am organizing another theme week here at Cheese-Wearing Theology, much like the Advent project last year, and the Girly-Girl week. The second week of March will be Anglican Week.

I am looking for submissions for guest posts. If you are attending an Anglican church (Mainstream or Network, doesn’t matter) I would love for you to contribute. The theme is What I Like About Anglicanism.

Some suggestions for reflection:

You could write about how you began attending an Anglican church (especially if you came to Anglicanism from another tradition).
You could write about an element of the service that is profoundly meaningful to you.
You could write about your local parish.
You could write about being a part of the larger Anglican community.
You could write about an Anglican who inspires you (N.T. Wright, C.S. Lewis, your priest, a deacon, an active lay person, etc).
You could write about liturgy.
You could give a shout out to a ministry in your parish that is being salt and light to the community.
You could write about Anglican theology, Anglican praxis, Anglican values.

Deadline for submissions is March 1st. Submissions should be 500-1000 words long. You can email your submission to [[[cdntheologianscholar]]]]] at [[[[mac]]]] dot [[[com]]]]

You can see some of my Adventures in Anglicanism reflections here.