Leggett, Richard G. 1953-
LEGGETT, Richard G. 1953-
Born April 27, 1953, in South Ruislip, Middlesex, England; son of Richard D. (a drafter and graphic artist) and Thelma Jane (an early childhood educator; maiden name, Broom) Leggett; married Paula Lee Porter (an Anglican priest), July 6, 1984; children: David Michael, Anna Frances, Owen Thomas. Ethnicity: "Anglo-Celt." Education: University of Denver, B.A. (magna cum laude), 1975; Nashotah House Theological Seminary, M.Div. (cum laude), 1981; University of North Dame, M.A., 1987, Ph.D., 1993.
Anglican priest in Denver, CO, 1981-84, and South Bend, IN, 1984-87; Vancouver School of Theology, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, professor, 1987—.
North American Academy of Liturgy, Societas Liturgica, Associated Parishes for Liturgy and Mission.
Eugene Stetson fellow, Episcopal Church Foundation, 1985.
A Companion to the Waterloo Declaration, Anglican Book Centre, 2000.
Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals, including Liturgy Canada, Open, Liturgical Ministry, Liturgy 90, Sewanee Journal of Theology, and Anglican Theological Review.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
A historical, theological, and pastoral study of the liturgical rites of Holy Week in the Anglican and Lutheran churches in North America; a historical study of Anglican liturgical revision in Canada.