W 166 Common Worship Daily Prayer: An Introduction

No one ever prays alone. Though many people pray daily on their own, they join in with the community of Christians also at prayer, and are welcomed into the life of the Trinity.

The publication of Common Worship Daily Prayer (in January 2002) gives new impetus to the move to put daily prayer where it belongs in the hands of all the people of God. It combines different streams of tradition which if drunk from deeply will enrich, sustain and strengthen.

This expert guide clearly explains its background, importance and shape, and how Daily Prayer can be used to best effect in practice.
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Author: Christopher Cocksworth

Christopher Cocksworth read theology at the University of Manchester. After teaching in secondary education, he trained for ordination and pursued doctoral studies. Following parochial and chaplaincy ministry, he served as Principal of Ridley Hall and became Bishop of Coventry in 2008.

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Author: Revd Jeremy Fletcher

Jeremy is Chaplain to the Bishop of Southwell. Both Jeremy and Christopher are Members of the Liturgical Commission, and were part of its Daily Office subgroup, which was responsible for producing Common Worship Daily Prayer.

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