Liturgical Forms and Prayers of the URC
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The churches of the Reformation have historically included forms of prayer alongside their songs -mostly Psalms put to rhyme- and liturgies in their service books. The Church of Geneva, for example, had the Form of Church Prayers and Hymns first published in 1542, and the Church of England followed with its Book of Common Prayer in 1549. In the URCNA's particular tradition, the Psalter and service book of Petrus Dathenus (1556) also contained a series of prayers. This URCNA's edition of 2018 and reprinted in 2022 also includes the Consolation of the Sick, a prayer by Cornelis van Hille who laboured at a Dutch refugee church in Norwich, England, in 1571. 'Liturgical Forms and Prayers of the United Reformed Churches in North America' also includes the Doctrinal Standards of the URCNA.
Hardcover, 286 pages
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