Together, Apart – Psalm 23

Togther Apart logo fillWelcome to the first of the Together, Apart posts. These are now replacing the lectionary-based posts that provided resources for church services because, well, Covid-19. You know how it is.

An especially warm welcome to all you folks who have joined us in the past week, it’s good to have you with us. Have a good old poke around the site, you’ll find lots of useful resources.

Each week you’ll find a set of related resources (Bible studies, crafts, prayer ideas, space to breathe) all linking to a common text. There are ideas for all ages (‘all-age’ should not mean ‘for the kiddies’) and you can use them on your own, over Skype with friends, or on the sofa with your little ones and big ones.

All are free and you are very, very welcome to share this page with others. Spread it around! (At a safe distance, of course.) Why not invite your friends to sign up to the mailing list? (Click the link on the side bar.) Then you can have your home group as normal (just in separate homes).

Download the PDF and print as many of the pages as you think will suit your needs.

[Click here to download the PDF for Psalm 23]

Be safe, dear friends,
(and wash you hands)







PS, I’d very much appreciate any feedback on what you think is useful or not, requests for other sections, different formats etc. TY

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2 thoughts on “Together, Apart – Psalm 23

  1. Hi Karen, thank for your comment, I’m hoping you meant ‘lovely’ resources (ha ha!)
    Thank you also for signing up as a supporter.
    Can I just check that you are clear about what it means, though?
    I am a free-lance writer and do not charge for the resources on The Reflectionary. Instead, I invite my readers to contribute to my income (I have children to support) with donations, and indicate what various levels of donation would enable me to buy.
    A donation of £1.50 per month amounts to £18 over the year, which will enable me to buy a Bible commentary. But I keep that commentary and use it. I don’t send it to you. And I certainly could not afford to buy a Bible commentary for all of my supporters each month!
    I hope that clarifies any misunderstanding.


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