I've been using the Anglican liturgy for five years now in the liturgical service I preside at for College Wesleyan Church. I've always been unhappy with the confession. It is a corporate confession as much as an individual one, so I have swallowed hard the presumption in the Anglican confession that we will have sinned intentionally or unintentionally. Isn't it at least possible in theory that in the course of a week, the people of God might have been entirely pleasing to God? I think so, regardless of how many few weeks it might be.
So here is a suggestion for a Wesleyan-Arminian revision.
Almighty and most merciful Father, all we like sheep have gone astray and have turned to our own way. We follow too much the devices and desires of our own hearts. We offend against your holy laws. We leave undone those things that we ought to have done, and do those things that we ought not to do.
But you, O Lord, have mercy on us. Spare those who confess their faults. Restore those who are penitent, according to your promises declared to humanity in Christ Jesus our Lord. And grant, O most merciful Father, for his sake, that we may hereafter live a godly, righteous, and sober life, to the glory of your holy Name. Amen