With Remembrance Day coming up soon, here is a reminder of some of the resources available for adults and for children. Plus your lectionary resources and a fun video about servanthood. What does it mean ‘to be like the angels, in Luke 20? Ian Paul Remembrance Resources Resources for Remembrance Day from The Reflectionary (here!) … More Queen Poshyposh (Jn 13) + Remembrance
Next weekend I hope to join the annual Little Gidding Pilgrimage, this year featuring poet Malcolm Guite. I recommend a visit to his blog and a look at his books, such as Parable and Paradox: a collection of sonnets based on the sayings of Jesus. From the blurb: Cambridge poet, priest and singer-songwriter Malcolm Guite … More Acts 11, Rev 21, John 13
Thinking and Doing Coventry Cathedral’s ‘welcome’ notice has rightly become famous in social media (text below). Think about your church. What could you put as a welcome notice? Try writing one, then sit with it a while and read through it slowly. Do we actually do what we say we do? “Theory and practice are … More Acts 11:1-18, John 13:31-35 – Theory and Practice
Maundy Thursday- a journey into the night. A time for tears, sorrow, a time to reflect, repent, and remember. … More Into the Night – Look, See, Pray.
Some ideas for a Maundy Thursday with more of the punch that it had the first time round. … More Maundy Thursday – What really needs cleaning?
Real love loves even the unlovable. And if you have never experienced it, feel free to take my word for it – there is very little less lovable than runny yellow poo and sick in your hair. … More John 13:31-35
Easter Sunday: Imagination station
Where: By the font
Need: spices to smell, salt water to taste (tears), rough stone, cloth to feel, (optional radiant heater) … More Activity – Sensory Stations
Narr: Now we will travel forward in time just one day, to Friday, and our reporter, Rosy Parker is in the town square. (Wobble)
Narr: Rosy, it looks like there’s a riot going on. Is it the crowd with the palm leaves again? … More Time Travel TV