W 200 Liturgical Formation and Common Worship (2009)

The changes arising from liturgical revision have led to a more radical conclusion than many realize. The move has been made from central control by rubric to the creative responsibility of the local congregation and its leaders.

This requires a greater understanding, more training of the local church, and questions to be asked about exactly how our acts of worship are forming us in Christlikeness and equipping us for a life of faith and witness.
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Author: Mark Earey

Mark Earey has been teaching liturgy to Anglican and Methodist ministerial students (and a lot of other people too) at The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham for the last nine years. Previously he was Team Rector of Morley, West Yorkshire, and National Education Officer for Praxis

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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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