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Attitudes to forms of service in the Church of England (1929)

Type of Data: Attitudes to forms of service in the Church of England (1929)

Faith Community: Christianity (Church of England)

Date: 1987

Geography: Local diocese survey. Church of England Diocese of Newcastle (five parishes)

Sample Size: 326 (52% response)

Population: Church of England electoral roll members

Keywords: Alternative Service Book, Book of Common Prayer, church attendance, churchgoing, Church of England, forms of service, liturgy, worship

Collection Method: Self-completion postal questionnaire

Collection Agency: Alfred Gordon Heppleston

Survey Instrument: Heppleston and Hammerton, 'Liturgical Preference', p. 104

Published Source:

  • Alfred Gordon Heppleston and Max Hammerton, 'Liturgical Preference Among Anglican Laity', Durham University Journal, Vol. 82, 1990, pp. 101-4
  • Church Times, 9 March 1990

    BRIN ID: 1929


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