The editor discusses who should receive Communion and how this would be controlled.
Volume 14 Autumn 1986
The author reflects on his conduct of funerals in a former parish and how he attempted to make these personal, relevant, honest, and compassionate. He discusses the funeral order he uses (second order in Book of Common Order 1979) and how he employs it.
Dr Sprott cites with displeasure the use of churches for secular meetings, and, further, the suitable furnishing of churches (1878).
A short note about an American translator of Calvin's Institutes and a prayer he wrote for use in theological colleges (reproduced).
An outline for a service involving candles and the participation of representatives of different aspects of congregational life.
The Office of Compline - An alternative Order. Music Edition, Mowbray, reviewed by Rev Colin R Williamson
The Minister’s Prayer Book: An Order of Prayers and Readings, ed. John W Doberstein, Collins, reviewed by Rev William G Neill