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Using Common Worship: Initiation Services

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ISBN-13: 9780715120064
Published: 22/09/2000
Offer ends: 28/02/2019
Product description

A hands-on guide to the Common Worship Initiation services including Baptism, Confirmation and Thanksgiving for the Gift of a Child. It offers straightforward and realistic ideas about how to make the services work in your church.

Drawing on her parish experience, Gilly Myers includes imaginative suggestions for a range of local situations, grounded in the thinking behind the new provisions. The features of the services are set out clearly, identifying the differences from ASB and BCP and highlighting questions such as how to handle the range of options and the use of images.

Using Common Worship - Initiation Services balances practical tips with theological grounding in a way that will enable parishes to make the most of the opportunities of Common Worship as a whole.

Author Information

Gilly Myers

Gilly Myers has been the Canon Precentor at Manchester Cathedral since March 2008. Prior to her move to Manchester, Gilly was Succentor at Durham Cathedral for five and a half years and, before that, was priest in charge of a UPA parish in Nottingham, the city where she also undertook two curacies, and trained for ordination. Gilly is convenor of the Bishop of Manchester's Advisory Group on Liturgy and Worship, the editor of Praxis News of Worship and an observer on the Church of England's Liturgical Commission.

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