Chapter 8 presents an analysis of the striking variety of ways that adults read aloud and listen to others read as part of individual and communal religious worship. It examines first the breadth of different forms and roles of reading aloud in religious worship before turning to communalities between seemingly diverse religious reading aloud practices, such as the relationships between memory, meditation and meaning; the ways that instances of reading out loud form ‘meeting places’ across time and space; and the co-presence of the ‘fixed’ and the ‘fluid’ in religious oral reading.