Interview with the Rev. Keith Griffiths, a member of the Provincial Liturgical Commission in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa

Resolution A169 of the 2015 General Convention directed the SCLM “to prepare a plan for the comprehensive revision of the current Book of Common Prayer and present that plan to the 79th General Convention.” To gather information and opinions to shape its conversations, the members of the SCLM are interviewing Anglican partners who have recently revised their prayerbooks.

Second in the series is a January 2017 interview with the Rev. Keith Griffiths, a member of the Provincial Liturgical Commission in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, which is currently undertaking liturgical revision.

One thought on “Interview with the Rev. Keith Griffiths, a member of the Provincial Liturgical Commission in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa

  1. I would like to see the pastoral Office of Confirmation amended to add a commitment to give one’s time, talent and treasure to further the mission of the church. I suggest that it be inserted after the renewal of commitment to Jesus Christ (now found on BCP 415). I think it is very important that those committing themselves to or being received by the church as adults publicly acknowledge that they have a responsibility to return a portion of God’s gifts in His service.

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