About Reflectionary

What They Say …

  • “The Reflectionary is a very creative blog with art, object lessons, craft projects, and insightful commentary on the Revised Common Lectionary passages. Definitely worth a look and a follow.” More than Hearing
  • “This is really good ~ thank you! If this Mark example is anything to go by, this is exactly the sort of stuff I’m looking for! As my first real foray into such activities, although it was a little anarchic, the children responded very well to the activity and the prayers afterwards. I am indebted to you.” – Chris Maclean, curate

  • “Wonderful! What a brilliant skit. Best line ever…. God: No, Michael’s the whale – got terrible indigestion. I think he ate something that disagreed with me!” – Nancy Slater Bennett 

The Reflectionary has articles and resources related to the Bible readings in the Revised Common Lectionary. They are posted on Mondays, ahead of when they are needed, giving you time to prepare for groups or services. In addition to the main Monday posts, extra items are added many Fridays – meditations, children’s puzzle pages, scripts, activities etc.

If you like what you see, please add a comment to let me know – I’ll be delighted!

How to find what you want

Menus – at the top – see all the scripts / all-age worship resources / meditations etc.

Search box – on the right – enter a topic and find all resources tagged with that word.

Categories – on the right – choose a Bible book & chapter, or a week of the church calendar to find all matching resources.

8 thoughts on “About Reflectionary

    1. Thank you, I’m so pleased you’re finding the resources useful and yes, I know what you mean about the Epiphany gift boxes. I found that really quite a moving experience.


  1. We used the “Shove” Tuesday script at our Shrove Tuesday pancake supper. One of the youth who is in our Governor’s School theater program agreed to read it with me (on very short notice).
    We got some laughs, and it was well received by the audience. Thanks


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