present here the current Scottish Book of Common Prayer, as adopted
in 1929. Variations and additions approved since then are indicated
in the text.
In addition to the HTML texts listed below, we also have the entire book (a printing from ~1950) as PDF graphics. Additionally, we have a good introduction to this book, The Scottish Prayer Book: Its Value & History, by W. Perry. Finally, we also have The Scottish Book of Common Prayer - Another Aspect, by Wm. Gillies, which critcizes the 1929 BCP for being insufficiently Protestant. All three of these are linked below.
In recent years several more contemporary versions of these offices have been
created; these may be found online
from the Scottish