Savoy Conference

The Savoy Conference took place in 1661 when twelve Anglican bishops and twelve Puritan and Presbyterian ministers met to revise the Book of Common Prayer. The Presbyterians sought means to enable them to remain within the Established Church, but in reply to their Exceptions to the BCP the bishops made only 17 trivial concessions. Richard Baxter was in attendance.

The 1662 Act of Uniformity soon followed.