1. That in future revisions of our Common Prayer Book, more emphasis be given to permissive forms and less to mandatory forms of public worship, in order that in the use of one common book, we may still achieve that flexibility and variety we deem desirable. And that in the meantime General Synod be asked to give guidance to diocesan authorities in relaxing the rigid conformist notes still written into our Common Prayer Book.. CARRIED IN BOTH HOUSES
2. That the General Synod, through whichever of its Committees it sees as appropriate introduce a systematic adult educational program at several different levels, including at least one at the university level, leading to the award of a diploma, this program to be under the direction of an accredited committee or similar agency, with all courses terminating with some real assessment of the progress made by the students, (e.g., an examination).
This section was referred to the Committee on Ministry.
[Recorded as No. 79 and No. 80 in Acts of Synod, p. 69. List of Acts includes actions which are NOT resolutions/acts.]