"[T]he Board recognises that s sizeable number of members of the Church of England believe that at least some forms of 'multi-faith' service are proper, valuable and lawful. This being so, it wishes to set before those planning such services or visits to places of worship of other faiths a consideration of the issues involved and the questions posed. The Inter-Faith Consultative Group has been working on this subject for a number of years, and in December 1988 it was asked by the former Board for Mission and Unity to prepare the present booklet". -- Preface.
Contents: The Inter-Faith Consultative Group (1990-1991) -- Preface dated 17 October 1991 / Keith Lichfield [i.e. Keith Sutton, Bishop of Lichfield], Chairman of the Board of Mission -- Situations and Questions -- Not a New Question -- Some Theological Perspectives -- Visiting the Places of Worship of Other Faiths -- Christian Services Attended by People of Other Faiths -- 'Multi-Faith Worship'" Why, Who and Where ? -- 'Serial Multi-Faith Services' -- 'Multi-Faith Services with an Agreed Common Order' -- The Legal Position -- Bibliography.