The Book of Common Order is the name of several directories for public worship.
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... The Church of Scotland published revised editions of the Book of Common Order in 1940, 1979 and 1994 ... The 1994 edition (now known simply as Common Order) attempts to use inclusive language and has deliberately moved away from the use of archaic language there. 1996 the Church of Scotland published "Leabhar Sheirbheisean", a Gaelic supplement to the Book of Common Order ...
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