Young people and the 1662 Book of Common Prayer

Young people across the country are turning to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer according to Prayer, Book Society. John Service, who provides a link between the Prayer Book Society, churches and clergy said, ‘Many young people are struck by the beauty and relevance of the Prayer Books language which has inspired writers like Shakespeare.’ Brian Heasley comments:

Prayer is a multi-facetted conversation with God, and like all conversations, it takes on different tones and happens in different ways according to the...

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