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Book of Common Prayer According to the Use of King’s Chapel
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Book of Common Prayer According to the Use of King’s Chapel

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Fort Hill Press 1918

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Overview

King’s Chapel was organized as an Anglican congregation in 1686. In 1782, Harvard graduate James Freeman was hired as a lay reader for the church during a time when it lacked a leader. He introduced Unitarian ideas in his preaching, and in 1785 the congregation accepted the revisions he had introduced to the Anglican Book of Common Prayer. Although the church still considered itself Episcopalian, the Bishop that represented the Anglican church refused to ordain Freeman, so the congregation ordained him themselves—a practice the independent Unitarian church still follows today, along with their use of the Book of Common Prayer According to the Use of King’s Chapel.

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Key Features

  • Presents the Book of Common Prayer with the revisions introduced by James Freeman
  • Includes a historical note on King’s Chapel
  • Links important terms to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other resources in your library

Product Details

  • Title: Book of Common Prayer According to the Use of King’s Chapel, 1918
  • Publisher: The Fort Hill Press
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 404
  • Christian Group: Anglican
  • Resource Type: Liturgy
  • Topic: Prayer