Anabaptist: Hubmaier’s “a Form For Christ’s Supper” (1527) Part I

Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor

The liturgy below is of an Anabaptist group in Waldshut. Unlike other Anabaptists, this community was not on the run, but settled in a place where the people enjoyed greater freedom of worship. These Anabaptists were also led by a minister who was a liturgical scholar.


Balthasar Hubmaier (circa 14801528) was the most highly trained of Anabaptist theologians. He matriculated under Johannes Eck at the University of Freiburg and then assumed his mentor's chair in biblical studies...


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