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2010 Conference  - Liturgy and Mission

Keynote Lecture      

* Liturgy and the Churches - an Ecclesial Minefield or a Source of Unity?

Mgr Kevin McGinnell, priest of Catholic diocese of Northampton, Episcopal Vicar for Educationand Formation; Chair of the Joint Liturgical Group of Great Britain (JLG-GB) and the English Language Liturgical Consultation.

The Programme of other Papers and Communications given was as follows:

* Liturgy - Worship - Mission: Articulating a Theological Relationship

The Rev'd Dr Thomas Whelan

* Mission Inappropriate? Some Reflections on the Rites of Healing and Wholeness in the Church of England

The Rev'd Dr Carol Wilkinson

Early Steps in the English Liturgy: the Witness of the Wanley Part Books

The Rev'd Dr Gordon Jeanes

Worship and Action: a Psychological Study Exploring the Possible Connection  between the Content and Style of Christian Worship and Ethical Behaviour.

The Rev'd Jennifer Brown (principal author) with the Rev'd Dr Joanna Collicutt

* Mission and Liturgy: a case of Jacob and Esau? An Exploration of a Relationship in Church and Academy

The Revd Dr Paul Roberts

The Common Lectionary and Mission - is our Sunday scripture reading  helping us tell the faith story?

Harvey Howlett

Instruction, Improvisation and Imagination in Some Fifth-Century Psalter Collects

Dr Bridget Nichols

* Church of England Mission and Confirmation in Colonial America

The Rev'd Dr Phillip Tovey

Contemporary Culture and the Church's Mission in the making of the Common Worship Marriage Liturgy
The Venerable Trevor Lloyd,

Rediscovering the Missionary Imperative – Liturgy and Mission in the Public Space

The Rev'd Thomas Peacock

21st Century Anabaptist Daily Prayer Books: Wild Flowers in the Liturgical Garden?

The Rev'd Dr James Steven

The Liturgical Life of Melania the Younger, a 5th Century Aristocratic Ascetic

Dr Juliette Day

* Church Cafe at St Andrews - the Discourses around a Service Intended to be Attractive  to those Outside the Present Congregation

Jean Russell

* starred papers have since been published in Anaphora