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Episcopalians for Traditional Faith is dedicated to preserving and increasing use of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer within the Episcopal Church.

BCP Welcome to the new website of Episcopalians for Traditional Faith (ETF), your source for information about The 1928 Book of Common Prayer.

ETF, a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization, is expanding The Prayer Book Project, which includes publication of The ETF 10th Anniversary Edition of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Click on "GOOD BOOKS" and purchase the hardcover or paperback 1928 Book of Common Prayer for yourself and your church.

Prayer Book Awareness

As part of ETF's mission to increase awareness of the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, (BCP) we bring you this BBC podcast on its predecessor, the 1662 BCP, which has been used in England for more than 350 years.

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