Rev David Beckett thanks the editor, Rev Wm Neill, who is laying down office. He notes the increase in the membership of the Society, now some 300 and reminds readers membership is not for ministers only. This is even more important given the report of a survey concerning the education needs of church members when worship scored a low rate of interest.
Volume 15 Winter 1986
A description of an experimental eucharistic service on the theme of power: state, education, power over others (race, sex), church. Images of power were employed.
The retiring editor contributes prayers inspired by hymns and psalms: 'All people that on earth do dwell'. 'How lovely is thy dwelling place', 'Praise to the Lord, the Almighty', 'Jesu, thou joy of loving hearts', 'Let us with a gladsome mind', 'God is love, his the care', 'Holy Spirit, truth divine'.
Sermon preached on such an occasion.
Dr Lees gives his opinion that there has been a decided improvement in the services of the church (1877).
A Computer in Your Church, Malcolm Dunlop, SPCK, reviewed by Elizabeth Mackenzie
Alone with God, Jean Holl, Triangle, reviewed by Margaret Stein
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