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Annual Conference 2018

Date:20th - 22nd September 2018

Time:-

Location:Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

What has the Book of Common Prayer ever done for us?
How the Prayer Book shaped our culture, and why we still need it

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Booking deadline: Monday, 20th August


Bursaries

Bursaries are available to for licensed or beneficed (non-retired) clergy, ordinands and anyone under 30 to attend the full residential conference for a fee of only £50, or £20 for non-residents (with a pro rata reduction for those attending for only part of the conference).

To apply for a bursary, please contact the PBS office at pbs.admin@pbs.org.uk (or in writing to Copyhold Farm) no later than Monday, 13th August.


Programme


THURSDAY 20th
3–6 p.m.     Arrival/Registration
5.00 p.m.    Sung Evensong with sermon
6.15 p.m.    Speaker:   Sir Roger Scruton              
The Language of the Book of Common Prayer
7.30 p.m.    Dinner Followed by Compline

FRIDAY 21st
8.00 a.m.     Morning Prayer (said)
8–9 a.m.      Breakfast
9.45 a.m.     Speaker:   Dr Evan McWilliams               
Style and Substance: The theological battle behind Anglican Good Taste in the mid-twentieth century
11.00 a.m.   Coffee
11.30 a.m.   Speaker:   Dr Andrew Gant
In Quires and Places where they sing: The Prayer Book and music
12.45 p.m.  Lunch
2.30 p.m.    Presentation of the Society’s activities and Annual General Meeting:
Agenda and papers to be circulated to Members separately prior to the AGM
4.15 p.m.    Tea
5.45 p.m.    Evening Prayer
6.15 p.m.    Drinks
7.00 p.m.    Dinner After-dinner Speaker:
The Revd Canon Dr Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff

SATURDAY 22nd
8.00 a.m.     Holy Communion (said) with short homily
8–9 a.m.      Breakfast
9.45 a.m.     Speaker:   John Scrivener               
The Use of the Book of Common Prayer in the English Novel
11.00 a.m.   Coffee
11.30 a.m.   Sung Matins and Litany
12.45 p.m.  Lunch and depart

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Booking deadline: Monday, 20th August

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