After Pentecost, the RCL provides two parallel streams for the Old Testament and Psalms, one surveying the whole OT over three years, the other linking with the NT readings, and I am attempting the precarious task of straddling both streams! Liturgy resources will be based on either or both OT / Psalm combinations, or on … More Trinity 1, Elijah, and a squirrel doing the splits
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.
Resources for Easter – Ash Wednesday.
A simple guide to making your own ashes – suitable for adults, youth, schools and children right down to toddlers.
Give it a go! It’s probably easier than you think (but just as messy). … More Resources for Easter – Ash Wednesday
The third thing we learn is that you don’t mess with the Lord Almighty, maker of heaven and earth. This is your full-blown, honest-to-goodness, 1000 gigaWatts of power, divine thunderbolt. If you’re a Back to the Future fan, by the way Doc Emmett Brown underestimated by a factor of 1000! Seems the prophets of Baal made the same mistake. … More 1 Kings 18:20-21, (22-29), 30-39
Advent 2 – Refiner’s fire and fuller’s soap? How is fire like soap, and what’s a fuller when he’s at home? (That’s Northern for ‘whoever he is’.) Stand back, here comes the science bit! … More Malachi 3:1-4