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Welcome to the website of The Scottish Prayer Book Society.

The Scottish Prayer Book Society came into being in 1996 as an independent body, having been known previously as the Prayer Book Society (Scotland).  A brief history can be downloaded from our website by clicking here.

The download will be in PDF format.  If you do not have Adobe Reader installed on your computer, please click here for a free download.

The Scottish Prayer Book Society's aims:

1.
To uphold the worship and doctrine of the Scottish Episcopal Church as enshrined in the Scottish Book of Common Prayer and in The Liturgy 1970.
2.

To encourage the use of the Scottish Book of Common Prayer and The Liturgy 1970 as a major element in the worshipping life of the Scottish Episcopal Church.

3.
To encourage the use of the Scottish Book of Common Prayer and The Liturgy 1970 for the training of candidates for Confirmation and Ordination.
4.
To spread the knowledge of the Scottish Book of Common Prayer, The Liturgy 1970 and the doctrine contained therein and above all to see it used and taught.
5.
To collaborate with The Prayer Book Society in England, and with other societies in the United Kingdom, and elsewhere, having compatible purposes.

ON SALE NOW

The Scottish Prayer Book Society has had printed 50 copies of the Scottish Prayer Book 1929 in a large print edition.  Price £45 (inc. p&p).  For further information, and to order, please call the Society’s Secretary.
Tel. No.: - 0141 946 5045


Scottish Prayer Book Society Festival 2014

The Society's 2014 Festival and AGM will be held at St Bride’s Church, Kelvinside, Glasgow on Thursday  10th July. 

Full details will be published nearer the date on the 'Events' page.

The Society is pleased to advise you that virtually the whole of the text of the Scottish Prayer Book 1929 can be found at http://www.justus.anglican.org/resources/bcp/Scotland.htm.  (Opens in a new window).