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E- Liturgies & Prayers

The Ten Beatitudes (PDF download)

Alastair McIntosh £1.85

Digital download: A reflection on the Beatitudes, encompassing the two different versions that appear in the Bible and two different translations, resulting in a set of ten distilled statements to meditate on during Holy Week or at any other time of the year. Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 4 pages.

Mike Mineter £1.85

Digital download: A reading, a reflection and a prayer for Tuesday of Holy Week on working for a peaceful solution within a situation of conflict. From the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 4 pages.

Katharine M Preston £2.10

Digital download: A Bible reading, a reflection and a prayer for Palm Sunday, taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 5 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.

Trevor Thorn £2.20

Digital download: A meditation and a reflection for Good Friday, a lament for Holy Saturday, and a simple all-age activity for Easter Sunday. 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.

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Prayers for Holy Week (PDF download)

John Harvey £2.60

Digital download: Prayers for each day of Holy Week to help us reflect on the unfolding events of that period and relate them to our own lives. John is a former Leader of the Iona Community. 12 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.