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Incorporating the Liturgical Year in Your Home


The Liturgical Year was created in order to walk the Church, both corporately and individually, through the life and ministry of Jesus. The Church’s faith was not something upheld and taught only on Sundays, it was something each member of the Church lived every day. It was an experience.


Through the reading of Scripture, the celebration of the Eucharist, and the observance of the feast days and fast days, our family celebrates the major events in the life of Christ and in the life of the Church. We are constantly molded and shaped as we walk through these seasons. The Church’s seasons don’t just repeat, they reshape us and reform us, making us more and more like Jesus. In other words, the Liturgical Year is how we are shaped into God’s people.


One thing I will never regret is reorienting my life and my family’s life around the Liturgical Year. It brought so much meaning and depth to our home! That's why it's my mission to guide others in celebrating the rich tapestry of the liturgical year in their own home.


Whether you're new to liturgical living or seeking to deepen your existing practices, you've come to the right place. Here, you'll find devotions, traditions, recipes, and activities designed to enrich your faith and family life and to walk you through the Liturgical Year. From the history and meaning of feast days to delicious recipes and crafts for the whole family, I'm excited to share this fulfilling journey with you!


My Website - Here you'll find everything you need to celebrate the Liturgical Year in your home. My blog posts include the history and the meaning of it and all of the ways to celebrate. I share devotions, recipes, activities, and traditions from around the world.



The Liturgical Home Series - These are guidebooks that give you everything you need to celebrate the Liturgical Year in your home. They are broken down into each season of the Church Year.

For instance, in the Advent book:


🕯 What are the seasons of the Church?

🕯 What is Advent and why do we celebrate it?

🕯All of the beautiful traditions from around the world that help us celebrate the season of Advent. From Advent Wreaths to Christmas Stockings, you’ll learn the reason why we celebrate these traditions and how to celebrate them.

🕯All of the special days throughout Advent. From St. Nicholas’ Day to Las Posadas, you’ll learn why we celebrate these special days along with all of their history, traditions and foods.

🕯Family devotions for every day in Advent, including the special prayers for the Advent Wreath.

🕯Traditional recipes from around the world to celebrate these special events.



Also, I am excited to announce that I will be releasing The Liturgical Home: Lent this year! Woohoo!


My Instagram Page @ashleytumlinwallace -This is definitely the most personal and interactive connection. I show up throughout the day sharing scriptures that I read, snapshots of my daily life, blog posts, recipes, activities, and heads up for when special days are coming. I love Instagram because I am really able to connect with my community by answering questions, asking questions, and liking and commenting on what others share.


The Liturgical Home at Anglican Compass - I am so excited to be the writer for The Liturgical Home at Anglican Compass. Anglican Compass is an incredible resource that shares everything you need to know about the Anglican Tradition. It is a source of guidance for people from all over the world who are curious about the Anglican tradition or who want to learn more about their faith. In The Liturgical Home posts, I also share everything you need to celebrate the Liturgical Year in your home. My posts include the history and the meaning of it and all of the ways to celebrate. I share devotions, recipes, activities, and traditions from around the world.



I hope that my work will bless you as a resource and a guide through your own journey through the Liturgical Year. Here's to embracing all that the Church Year has to offer!




















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