Book of Common Prayer Standard Edition Black
The Book of Common Prayer is the historic prayer book of the Church of England, in use since the sixteenth century. In its revised 1662 form, it has become one of the classic texts of the English language, its prayers...
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The Book of Common Prayer is the historic prayer book of the Church of England, in use since the sixteenth century. In its revised 1662 form, it has become one of the classic texts of the English language, its prayers and expressions making English what it is today. This book uses Cambridge's 2004 setting of the Prayer Book, with a modern digital typeface that gives a very clear and readable printing image. The format and page layout match Cambridge's previous editions of the Book of Common Prayer page for page. All the 1662 services are included, including the traditional forms of the baptism and marriage services. This style is bound in black French Morocco leather and presented in a slipcase. It contains a presentation page and ribbon marker to keep the place. * printed on gilt-edged paper * new, easy-to-read setting * presentation page
An attractive leather bound prayer book containing the full text of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. This book contains a presentation page and ribbon marker to keep the place. Cambridge's new 2004 setting of the BCP is used. The page numbers match Cambridge's earlier editions of the Book of Common Prayer.
The 1662 Book of Common Prayer is the old and well-loved prayer book of the Anglican Church and is used daily in churches and homes throughout the world. Its phrases and vocabulary are widely admired and have made a major contribution to the English language. The Standard Edition is small enough to fit in a pocket or purse. The imitation leather and real leather bindings make excellent gifts to mark special occasions. Each is bound with a ribbon marker and comes with a set of presentation pages in a slipcase. The hardcover books are economically priced and sturdy enough for regular congregational use.