Those leading communion need not use these or any other orders slavishly, but, having studied this and the preceding chapter carefully, may prepare their own liturgies, with the same structure, but with words they feel comfortable with, and which are appropriate to the local setting. Such liturgies should be read and commented on by others, and checked strenuously for the clarity and economy of their language. Those who prepare their own communion services should remember that such a context is not an appropriate one in which to be idiosyncratic, controversial, or wildly innovative. Communion services should draw people in, rather than put them off. Communion is entirely the wrong setting in which to push a cause.