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Author(s): Peter Moger
Every year, thousands of couples choose to marry in an Anglican church using the words of the Common Worship marriage service. This expanded version of the best-selling Marriage...
Every year, thousands of couples choose to marry in an Anglican church using the words of the Common Worship marriage service. This expanded version of the best-selling Marriage booklet has been designed to help couples and clergy plan the service with ease. Featuring both the contemporary Common Worship form of the service and the traditional language Solemnization of Matrimony (as popularised by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge), it also contains popular hymns, readings and prayers suitable for weddings, as well as advice on how couples can personalize the service. It makes an ideal gift for clergy to give to couples and can be used as an order of service on the day of the wedding itself.
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'This little gem from Church House Publishing includes so much useful material ... to be able to refer to so much useful information speedily is useful.' - Margaret Tinsley
Peter Moger has served in Parish and Cathedral ministry in Yorkshire and Cambridgeshire and is currently Canon Precentor of York Minster. In 2005 he was appointed as the Church of England's first National Worship Development Officer and, in 2009, as Secretary of the Liturgical Commission.
He has worked both locally and nationally with the Royal School of Church Music and has contributed as a composer and liturgist to a wide range of publications. Peter has written and contributed to a number of books including Crafting Common Worship, Together for a Season Vol. 2: Lent, Holy Week and Easter, Sunday by Sunday: Music for the Second Service Lectionary, and the hymn book Sing Praise. He is the co-editor, with Paul Bradshaw, of Worship Changes Lives.
Listen to Peter Moger discussing Crafting Common Worship.