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Nicola Slee £2.10

Digital download: Feminist poet and theologian Nicola Slee reflects on the implications of the Resurrection for Mary Magdelene and all of us, with reference to a personal 'near-death' experience in her own family. Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 5 pages.

Lyn Ma £2.50

Digital download: A Bible reading and a reflection for the Monday of Holy Week on having courage to stand up and speak out for what is right, with an emphasis on asylum seekers. Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 9 pages.

Sarah Agnew £2.20

Digital download: A dramatic and poetic telling of the road to Emmaus story, for two actors and a narrator. 6 pages.

Tim Aldred £2.80

Digital download: Worship resources for Good Friday, including drama scripts, with some reflections/prayers for other days of Holy Week. The author is currently Head of Policy and Research at the Fairtrade Foundation. 15 pages.

Kate McIlhagga £3.05

Digital download: Moving and insightful prayers and poems for Easter Day and beyond, up to Pentecost, taken from the book The Green Heart of the Snowdrop, by Kate McIlhagga. 22 pages.

Pat Bennett & Kerry Davies £3.20

Digital download: 14 vignettes (in words & pictures) that can be used in personal meditation, in group reflection, at church, at work, viewed on a home computer or on a mobile device - to draw participants into the Passion narrative, and accompany Jesus Christ on his journey from Gethsemane to the tomb.

E- Liturgies & Prayers

Resurrection Stories (PDF Download)

Sally Foster-Fulton £1.80

Digital download: Stories for four voices of the resurrection of Jesus (read from the Gospels) and the resurrections that took place in the lives of three other people that he encountered during his life. Taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 3 pages.

E- Liturgies & Prayers

The Rock (PDF Download)

Sally Foster-Fulton £1.50

Digital download: A contemplation/reflection in the voice of the rock that sealed Jesus's tomb. Taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 1 page.