What is Liturgy?
Liturgy is the Church’s corporate worship, its common prayer. Worship and prayer can happen wherever people are, at any time, and whether they are alone or with others.
But Liturgy is the structured and shared worship that Christians engage in when they are together – as Jesus said,
‘where two or three are gathered in my name.’
Click here for liturgies authorised for experimental use. This page contains all the liturgies and resources currently authorised for experimental use. The Liturgy Committee is currently engaged in a consultation process seeking feedback on these liturgies and resources and invite all to contribute. These resources include the new experimental rites for Lent & Holy Week, the Pastoral Offices (also listed below), the experimental Collects, as well as the material for the Season of Creation and the material for times of Lament.