A reflection on my input to the process? I am sufficiently musically inept (and our organist more than sufficiently not so!) to not try and risk too strong an input there.
So the liturgy is mine.
Prayer Book evensong - as it done. The bits missed out that one misses out, the bits added in that one adds in. Download of the text to get it all started.
But a process is needed - which is a variant of one I still find myself doing regularly.
- Starting point: liturgy that I know pretty well
- Working point: modified, massaged and changed to work for the particular service in question.
- Check for Scottish Episcopalian variations (e.g. how does 1929 vary from 1928/1662/CWO2trad).
- Go for it!
Well, yes, they do. Otherwise why does any of it matter?