Fourth Sunday after Epiphany Confession and Absolution God who is love, we confess that we have not been patient and kind. In your mercy forgive us and fill us with your love. We have insisted on our own way and have failed to rejoice in the truth. In your mercy forgive us and fill us … More 1 Cor 13 Liturgy Resources + Jigsaw!
Meditation Labyrinths have a long history in Christian spiritual life, and are often found in cathedrals today. They can be used to symbolise a journey or one’s life path, or simply as a means of slowing down and listening. This variation of a classical labyrinth follows the calling of Jeremiah, from before he was born … More Jer 1:4-10 – Meditation Labyrinth
So who was right?
Actually, that’s not the point.
And the whole point of this passage is that ‘who is right’ is not the point. … More 1 Corinthians 8:1-13 – The point is … it’s not the point.
Western culture values the rich and famous, it values reason, technology and image, it values power and prestige. Jesus was nothing like that. In today’s culture he would be a complete nobody, and the Greek culture of Corinth thought the same. … More 1 Corinthians 1:18-31
Detailed colouring is a great way to relax and meditate on Scripture. The detail makes you slow down and the activity helps to stop your mind wandering as you let the words sink into your heart. Settle down with a cup of coffee and some pencils, and take a few moments to relax with our … More Luke 4:21 – Mindfulness Colouring
Epiphany 4 – The whole of the Bible is littered with outsiders being allowed in. Even several of Jesus’ ancestors were not Jewish – so how come it was such big news when Jesus said it? … More Luke 4:21-30