W 158 The Eucharistic Prayers of Order One (2000)

The Eucharistic Prayers are at the heart of the changes to the Communion service in Common Worship.

This commentary on the texts, by authors involved in the process of their authorisation, includes insights into that process which highlight the pastoral and theological issues at stake. With further pointers on the pastoral significance of the prayers, this forms an invaluable aid to the introduction and use of the prayers in the local church.
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Author: Revd Charles Read

Charles is Tutor in Liturgy and Systematics at Cranmer Hall, St John's College, Durham. He was a member of General Synod and is now a member of the Durham Diocesan Liturgical Committee. He was previously Team Vicar in Broughton (Manchester Diocese).

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Author: Colin Buchanan

Colin Buchanan has taught and composed liturgy and has written about it and practised it for over 50 years. He was on the Liturgical Commission from 1964 to 1986, and he has advised about liturgical revision round the Anglican Communion. This title reflects his concern for liturgy to be scriptural.

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