REFORMATION SOCIETY
AUTUMN CONFERENCE
THE
BOOK OF
COMMON PRAYER

- its value and benefits
at
Wycliffe Hall, Oxford
August 28th-30th 2012

Cost: £120.00 Full-time Students £60.00*
*There is a special rate for men training
for the ordained ministry of the Church of England

Dr. D. A. Scales, General Secretary,
Protestant Reformation Society,
15 Grange Court, Cambridge, CB3 9BD

PROGRAMME

Wycliffe Hall has an excellent position in Oxford. It is situated in the Banbury Road, which leads off St. Giles’ towards north Oxford

TUESDAY

Arrive TUESDAY afternoon

4.00 Tea

4.45 First Session*

Why Liturgy?
The Rev. Dr. R. T. Beckwith, M.A., B.D., D.D. (formerly Warden, Latimer House, Oxford; Vice-President of P.R.S.; Chairman of P.R.S. Executive Commitee)

6.30 Dinner

7.45 Second Session

The Influence of the Reformation on Liturgy
The Rev. Eddie Coulter, B.Sc., B.D. (Superintendent, Irish Church Missions)

9.15 Hot drinks

9.45 Evening Prayer

WEDNESDAY

7.45 Morning Prayer

8.30 Breakfast

9.45 Third Session

The Watershed: the Restoration of Uniformity
Dr. G. M. Ella, B.A., Fil.Kand., B.D., M.A., Dr.Phil., Dr. Theol.
(Vice-President of P.R.S.)

11.00 Coffee

11.30 Fourth Session

The Disruption of the Oxford Movement
Dr. D. A. Scales, B.A., Ph.D. (General Secretary of P.R.S.)

12.45 Lunch

4.00 Tea

5.00 The Sermon

The Rev. J. P. Richardson, B.A. (Curate of Henham and Elsenham with Ugley)

6.30 Dinner

7.45 Fifth Session*

The Consequences of Experiment
Mr. J. B. Dearing, B.A. (Secretary, Prayer Book Society, Oxford Diocese)

9.15 Hot Drinks

9.45 The Litany

THURSDAY

7.45 Morning Prayer

8.30 Breakfast

9.45 Sixth Session

Liturgical anarchy: “Common Worship” and the aftermath of revision
The Rev. E. J. Malcolm (Minister, St. Mary’s Episcopal Chapel, Castle Street, Reading)

11.00 Coffee

11.30 Seventh Session

Why true Liturgy must be restored
The Rt. Rev. Dr. D. N. Samuel, M.A., Ph.D. (President of P.R.S.)

12.45 Lunch

Disperse

* Each session will include a lecture and some opportunity for questions and discussion

Accommodation is in single bedrooms and twin bedrooms: each room has a hand wash
basin. There are no en-suite facilities.

Please send a deposit of £20.00 per person

Wycliffe Hall is at 54 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6PW. It is 15 minutes from the train and bus stations and within walking distance of the centre of Oxford. There are car parking facilities in the College grounds.
There are special rates for children under the age of 14 years of age.

Non-resident members of the Conference are welcome: they must apply beforehand.
There is a conference fee of £5.00 per day. There is a charge of £8.00 for lunch, £8.00 for dinner or £14.00 for both, which must be ordered beforehand.

Please book by August 9th

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