W 167 Public Worship with Communion by Extension: A Commentary

Communion by Extension developed in response to pastoral need 'on the ground'. The new service, as part of Common Worship, regularises practice across dioceses in the Church of England.

This thorough guide explains how the service arose, the theological issues at stake, and how the service should best be used. It emphasises its role in the local context as an interim measure that can give space for fuller review of patterns of ministry.
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Author: Phillip Tovey

Phillip is Director of Reader Training, Diocese of Oxford and Liturgy Tutor, Ripon College, Cuddesdon. He has experience of working overseas and in parish ministry and has written widely on Christian worship and liturgy.

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