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Common Worship

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Definition of Common Worship in English:

noun

A book containing the public liturgy of the Church of England, published in 2000 to replace the Alternative Service Book.
Example sentences
  • I started doing all the weddings by the book, the Presbyterian Book of Common Worship.
  • Then Morning Prayer and Eucharist in the Cathedral, where I find they have abandoned the Prayer Book order of Matins in favour of Common Worship.
  • At the Wedding, for instance, the new official book for every parish, Common Worship, makes the priest pray, "Let them be tender with each other's dreams."

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