Book of Common Prayer
The 1662 Book of Common Prayer remains the only constitutionally legal liturgy of the Church of England and with respect to Reformed Evangelical doctrine, by far the best extant English-language liturgy.
Thoroughly Reformed. Thoroughly Sound.
The 1662 Book of Common Prayer is used in all Church of England Continuing congregations. It is used not because because of sentimental or nostalgic motivations, but because it agrees with the foundational doctrine of the Church of England and has never been improved upon.
Many attempts have been made to “modernise” the liturgy of the Anglican church. All such attempts have resulted in doctrinal compromise, notably, with a demotion of the Person of Christ. While refuting any anticipated accusations of traditionalism, the 17th Century English Reformers warned against theologically dangerous innovation:
You can download a copy of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer here.