Definition of service book in English:

service book

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A book of authorized forms of worship used in a church.
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  • It drew heavily upon the work of the continental reformers as well as upon existing Latin service books.
  • The first page of his service book, according to the sources was changed.
  • How important it may have been finally in the grand history of service books from the last forty years I will not judge.

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