Episcopal Church Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music extends deadline for comments on possible hymnal revision

Episcopal Church Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music extends deadline for comments on possible hymnal revision

March 28, 2011

The deadline has been extended for submitting comments through an online survey to the Episcopal Church Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music (SCLM) about a possible revision of The Hymnal 1982 through Saturday, April 30.

The online survey in both English and Spanish is available at http://www.cpg.org/hymnalstudy2


The Rev. Dr. Ruth Meyers, chair of the SCLM, noted comments are invited from the entire church in this discussion. She previously said, “We have established this survey as part of the Episcopal Church’s ongoing work with liturgical materials and in compliance to Resolution B004 as approved at General Convention 2009. This is important work in the life of our church and we are grateful for participation as our church embraces this task.”


Resolution B004 “authorize(s) Church Publishing Incorporated, working with the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music, to conduct a feasibility study on the need for revision of The Hymnal 1982 by speaking to congregations, dioceses and all seminaries of this Church, and to report its findings to the 77th General Convention.”


The survey is coordinated by the Church Pension Fund’s Office of Research.


The survey results, along with recommendations for next steps, will be presented to General Convention 2012 as part of the SCLM report.



Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music: http://generalconvention.org/ccab/mandate/2


General Convention 2009 Resolution B004: http://gc2009.org/ViewLegislation/view_leg_detail.aspx?id=931{RDhref+}type=Final



Church Pension Group Office of Research: http://www.cpg.org/productsservices/research.cfm



The Episcopal Church: www.episcopalchurch.org


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