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The choir music is a combination of professionally recorded music and choirs from
around the Anglican Communion. Educating listeners on the liturgical significance
of the music played throughout the liturgical year.
Anglican Hour (12:00 AM, Noon and 7:30 PM MST)
Anglican Hour outreach is content such as lectures or readings from parishes across the
country and eventually the globe that are in a series format.
Morning Prayer (10:00 AM MST )
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Morning Prayer from the 1928 Book of Common Prayer Monday through Thursday.
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Sermons from parishes across the country and eventually the globe.
Anglican Review (12:00 AM, Noon and 7:30 PM MST)
The Anglican Review is a program where we interview authors, Clergy, Philosophers,
Theologians, Apologists, Missionaries and others. Its main focus is on discussing the
academic enrichment from a Biblical stanceas well as Missions, Military and Fellowship
around the Communion.
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Communion or your worship is liturgical. Where
you can get answers to questions about God and
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others and love one another in Christ's love
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