Service Register : SR5 Portrait (tall) Format Hardback
The essential church service record book
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A sturdy register for keeping on top of service attendance, this register is a useful piece of Church admin.
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Service Register : SR5 Portrait (tall) Format
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This church service register (SR5) is in portrait style (tall) page layout with 192 pages. (Also available in Landscape (wide) style as Church service register SR6)
Each page is divided into 12 columns, giving you space to record the time, day, and date of each service held. You can enter the name of the officiant, communicants and attendance under and over 16.
There is a column for the name of the preacher and of course the amounts of the collections, with additional space for notes and comments with page space for more than 20 services per page.
Service Register : SR5 Portrait (tall) Format was published by SPCK in January 1986 and is our 917th best seller. The ISBN for Service Register : SR5 Portrait (tall) Format is 9780281051984.
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Is the SR 5 a book for recording church services where there is provision with columns for recording: type of service; date; minister; number in congregation; number of communicants; collection; significance of the date in the church calendar?
This register has 14 columns. They are headed: Date, Day, Hour, Service, Officiant, attendance (one column each for under 16 and 16 and over), Comminicants, Preacher, Subject, Notes and three columns for Collections.
Details for Service Register : SR5 Portrait (tall) Format
|Page last updated||1st August 2017|
|Publisher||SPCK (January 1986)|
|Number of Pages||192|