The Liturgical Commission

The Liturgical Commission prepares forms of service and promotes the development and understanding of liturgy and its use in the Church.

The purpose of the Commission is:

  • To prepare forms of service at the request of the House of Bishops and for its consideration;
  • To advise on the experimental use of forms of service and the development of liturgy;
  • To exchange information and advice on liturgical matters with other Churches both in the Anglican Communion and elsewhere;
  • To promote the development and understanding of liturgy and its use in the Church.

Chair and Vice-Chair of the Liturgical Commission:

Chair The Rt Revd Robert Atwell (Bishop of Exeter)
Vice-Chair
The Rt Revd Richard Frith (Bishop of Hereford)

Staff of the Liturgical Commission:

Dr Matthew Salisbury, National Liturgy and Worship Adviser
Sue Moore, Administrative Secretary

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