There was rapt attention as Mark Earey spoke about his new book, ‘Beyond Common Worship: Anglican Identity and Liturgical Diversity’, at Sarum College on Tuesday evening in front of an audience of over forty people.
Mark assured everyone that he doesn’t want to overthrow Common Worship – but the earliest parts are now 17 years old, and it is time to look at it afresh, and to consider whether we want to continue with a rule-based approach to worship.
Mark Earey is Co-Director of the Centre for Ministerial Formation and Tutor in Liturgy and Worship at the Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham. He is the author of a number of books including ‘Finding your way around common worship’ and ‘Worship that cares’.
Contact Sarum College Bookshop on 01722 326899 or firstname.lastname@example.org to order a copy of ‘Beyond Common Worship’ for just £14.99 until October 30th.
Mark Earey’s talk can be listened to by clicking play on the above audio file