The contents are works of beauty and faith, the quality of the construction, very nice!
And while I don't remember all the page numbers for everything that I wanted, it made my week being able to get my very own copy.
I couldn't page forward or back; I couldn't go back to previous activity; I couldn't open any menus.
The Book of Common Prayer Pew Edition works excellently for our church to use in the Chapel.Published 1 month ago by Anna Wells
My favorite book. I have it in audio and as an Episcopalian, I have it in hardcover and Kindle.Published 1 month ago by Gerry
It is excellent but the go to feature will not work on my kindle fire and a laptop is too big to lug around. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sheila
Complete and accurate. In general it was fairly easy to navigate through except for the Lectionary pages, but they're no worse than the original.Published 2 months ago by Alice S.
This is a good rendition of the BCP but it is so hard to find where you want to go. Indexing should be better. Most churches go by the page number. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This Kindle Edition takes some getting used to, but is very functional. Hint: If you wish to move from one specific section of the text to another, use bookmarks or highlight parts... Read morePublished 4 months ago by David L. Lott