Posted: April 28, 2012 in Uncategorized

Faith, Folk and Charity

If I was in London in May, I’d definitely want to see this, as I am a fan of the Book of Common Prayer (although I prefer the 1962 Canadian revision to the 1662 version):

Journalists, politicians, church leaders and writers are amongst people from all walks of life who have contributed to an exhibition celebrating the Book of Common Prayer.

2012 marks the 350thanniversary of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and to celebrate that milestone, St Paul’s, in conjunction with the Church Times, will display a host of prayer books, old and new.

Titled ‘Understanded of the People: The People’s Prayer Book 1662-2012’, the exhibition will run at St Paul’s throughout May and coincides with a special service of choral evensong on Wednesday 2 May at 5pm, attended by the Prayer Book Society, at which the Bishop of London will preach and the…

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