Transforming Worship – website of the Liturgical Commission of the Church of England
Praxis Worship – resources from the Church of England
Anglican Liturgical library – created by Simon Kershaw (who has also created the free IPad app for the Anglican Morning, Evening and Night Prayer)
Impact of the Reformation on worship in England – this website shows the central moments from a Mass or eucharist (communion service) in three periods: late medieval, Elizabethan and Laudian. The same church has been used, the University Church of St Mary the Virgin in Oxford, for most of the pictures.
Royal School of Church Music – mainly working in Anglican churches but not exclusively
Worship Review Process – Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham
West Gallery Music Association – is an informal group of singers, instrumentalists and scholars who share an interest in the sacred music, psalmody and hymnody, and the secular music and dance of the men and women who performed from the west galleries of parish churches, in chapels, and around the towns and villages of England during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Communion in Common Worship – critique by Revd. Dr. Professor David G. Peterson is Senior Research Fellow and Lecturer in New Testament at Moore College in Sydney, and formerly the Principal of Oak Hill Theological College, London
Online Anglican Resources – from Justus.anglican.org
Exciting Holiness – Collects & Readings for the Festivals & Lesser Festivals of the Calendar of the Church of England authorised for use from Advent Sunday, 1997 (first edition)
Rite Series – American Anglican worship resources – subscription needed