This course is for Advanced Degree students and combines a study of ritual theory, liturgical theology, and the history of Christian worship with practical engagement with the main rites of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer (and the 2019 ACNA BCP). In the time leading up to the on-campus weeks, students will focus on theology and history. The intensive week on campus, contrast, will provide hands-on training in practical liturgics, but with focus given to the principles that undergird Western ceremonial and how that has been applied to Anglican liturgies, along with vestments, the furnishings of a church, the liturgical calendar, and lectionaries. Considerable attention is given to the celebration of the Eucharist in all its possible varieties (sung and spoken, ad orientem and versus populum, traditional and contemporary language), as well as Christian initiation (baptism and confirmation), Holy Matrimony, Christian Burial, and the special liturgies of the liturgical year.