Many church communities which have experienced and embraced liturgical reform using new liturgical texts are now reflecting on their liturgical space/building architecture and layout. "There are three major principles upon which these communities seem to base their call for change of worship environment. These three areas of self-discovery have serious consequences for the space in which we worship. First the understanding that the Body of Christ is a community and not a collection of individuals. Second, belief that the Eucharist is the central act of Christian worship on the Lord's Day. Third, the diversity of ministry which is the church must be reflected in the church's liturgical assemblies" (p. 5).
Correction re Notes [published in Issue No. 4, for Advent 1, 1991 on page 2] states: The notes for the article by David Holeton are as follows: Number one pertains to the quote of Carl Daw on p. 1. Number two belongs at the end of the first full paragraph on p. 7.
Correction re date of this issue i.e. should have been "1991 Pentecost" in Errate of Advent 1991 issue, p. 2.