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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.

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.

Pat Bennett £2.40

PowerPoint download: An Easter Sunday Communion service celebrating not only the resurrection but also the transforming power of love and life. A call to embrace new, vibrant possibilities and radical living. 26 slides. Also available in PDF format and combined PDF+PPT.

Pat Bennett £3.40

Combined PDF and PowerPoint download: An Easter Sunday Communion service celebrating not only the resurrection but also the transforming power of love and life. A call to embrace new, vibrant possibilities and radical living. 8 pages / 26 slides. Also available in separate PDF and PowerPoint formats.

Pat Bennett £1.50

Digital download: A song about the suffering of Jesus, for use on Good Friday. Words only, to be sung to the tune 'Iste confessor', Poitiers Antiphoner, 1746. 1 page (6 verses)

Pat Bennett £2.40

Digital download: An Easter Sunday Communion service celebrating not only the resurrection but also the transforming power of love and life. A call to embrace new, vibrant possibilities and radical living. 8 pages.

E- Liturgies & Prayers

Utterly Staggering (PDF download)

Richard Skinner £3.10

Digital download: Poet Richard Skinner refashions the Easter story as a lyrical ballad in the tradition of of works such as 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'. It provides a different and very readable way of approaching the events of the first Easter. 31 pages.

Pat Bennett £2.00

Digital download: Two hymns for Holy Week (words only) to be sung to traditional tunes: The Way: A hymn for Maundy Thursday and Easter Windows: A hymn for Easter Sunday Eve.

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