Worship Worship of God is at the heart of the Church of England. The Church authorises a form of worship (or ‘liturgy’) which is intended to be as faithful and honouring to God as it is possible to make it. There has been a long process of liturgical development: The Book of Common Prayer of 1662 (which itself was revised from 1549) Series I, Series II, and Series III in the 1960s The Alternative Service Book of 1980 The Common Worship book series. The final volume of Common Worship was published in March 2008. To read current morning, evening and night prayers in traditional and contemporary styles - and to set up a daily prayer feed - visit www.cofe.anglican.org/worship/dailyprayer/ A guide to using worship in church communities, called Worship Changes Lives, published by Church House Publishing, is available from the Chelmsford Bookshop at the discount price of £4.49. Read more about Christianity on the Christianity website.