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Producing Your Own Orders of Service

Producing Your Own Orders of Service

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Publisher: Church House Publishing
ISBN: 9780715120019
Published: 01/06/2000

Many churches produce their own service sheets or booklets, whether for regular use or for special occasions such as weddings, confirmations or carol services. This practical book offers a range of suggestions to help in the process of putting together such materials - from planning to proof reading and beyond.

It includes ideas about:

  • Design and layout
  • Copyright
  • Liturgical principles
  • How to use illustrations
  • Practical matters like paper and printers
  • How to make the structure clear

There are hints and tips about how to avoid common pitfalls and produce clear, user-friendly orders of service. A range of real-life sample layouts are provided to illustrate best practice. The ideas in this book will inform and equip anyone compiling their own service sheets or books, enabling them to produce materials that are both elegant and appropriate for their setting and purpose.

Mark Earey

Revd Mark Earey is a former parish priest and Praxis National Education Officer. He is now Co-Director of the Centre for Ministerial Formation and tutor in Liturgy and Worship at the Queens Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham. He is the Chair of GROW, (the group behind Grove Worship Booklets) and is a regular contributor of liturgical material for Spring Harvest. Listen to Mark Earey talking about Finding Your Way Around Common Worship

David Stancliffe

"Although explicitly written for an Anglican readership, there is much good material for those in other denominations... I approached this book with some scepticism, but read it with increasing enthusiasm. Warmly recommended." - Stuart Bell, The Methodist Recorder