service book

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serv′ice book`

a book containing the forms of worship used in divine services.
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Noun1.service book - a book setting forth the forms of church serviceservice book - a book setting forth the forms of church service
religious text, religious writing, sacred text, sacred writing - writing that is venerated for the worship of a deity
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There are several ways in which this evidence can be provided, including a service book, statement of service from the employer or, if unable to obtain either of these, a statutory declaration.
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I deeply resented the way in which the new service book was imposed on a reluctant laity, but I did not consider this a sufficient reason to leave the church.
As the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is making preparations for a new service book and hymnal, it seems appropriate to take stock of what was intended and what was actually achieved in the publication of Lutheran Book of Worship in 1978.
Common Worship comes into use across Church of England parishes as the new service book on December 3, the first Sunday of Advent, and replaces the 1980 Alternative Service Book.
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About ten years before, in 1958, the American Lutheran Church (ALC) and the Lutheran Church in America (LCA) had managed some tenuous compromises in Service Book and Hymnal (SBH).