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Digital download: Prayers, biblical reflections, responses, a song, a liturgy, a reflection, a story and a meditation to celebrate the Feast of the Transfiguration (August 6th). Taken from the books Bare Feet and Buttercups and Acorns and Archangels, by Ruth Burgess.

Opening and closing responses for the Feast of the Transfiguration, by Ruth Burgess
They saw his glory (biblical reflection), by David Lemmon   
Ever-changing God (prayer), by Jan Berry   
Prayer of confession, by Pat Bennett   
James and the giant cloud (biblical reflection), by Alison Adam 
Christ transfigured (song, words only - to be sung to the tune St Patrick), by Leith Fisher  
God of the ordinary (prayer), by Jan Berry    
Two blessings for the Feast of the Transfiguration (prayers), by Ruth Burgess  
Transfiguration (biblical reflection), by Penelope Hewlett    
Transfiguration: a disciple reflects (biblical reflection, based on Luke 9:28-42), by Carol Dixon   
A service for Hiroshima Day - 6th August (liturgy), by Kathy Galloway  
God of light and glory (prayer), by Cally Booker    
The day we went to Pitlochry (reflection), by Mary Hanrahan     
Jesus transfigured (meditation based on Mark 9:2-8), by Lynda Wright    
Thema (short story), David Hamflett    

20 pages


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