THE SOCIETY FOR LITURGICAL STUDY
Formed in 1978 to:
encourage research into all and any aspect of Christian worship
promote the study of liturgy and worship within theological faculties and ministerial training programs
provide opportunities for the dissemination of new work in the field through conferences and publications
encourage the exchange of information and ideas about liturgical worship between churches
support the churches in promoting excellence in the practice of worship.
The Society holds a biennial conference, open to all, where members and invited speakers give major papers on a predetermined theme.
Past conferences have been dedicated to Music, the Worship Space, Liturgical Theology, Symbolism in the Liturgy, Liturgical Formation, Scripture in Worship.
The Meeting planned for August 2020 on the theme The Embodied Worshipper: Liturgy, Worship, Bodies and the Senses
has now been POSTPONED - please see more information from the link below
Anaphora, is an ecumenical, international and interdisciplinary journal in liturgy and worship
published by the Society.
Anaphora publishes articles of a scholarly nature on all aspects of Christian liturgy and worship. It will appeal to researchers, academics and students of
liturgy, members of denominational liturgical com-
mittees, and those with an informed interest.