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Bob Warwicker and Janet Lees £2.60

Digital download: An outdoor service for Good Friday. 10 pages.

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.

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.

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.

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.

E- Liturgies & Prayers

A Good Friday Liturgy (PDF download)

Jan Sutch Pickard £2.20

Digital download: A moving liturgy for Good Friday, alternating Bible readings and prayers, with some suggested songs. Jan is a former Warden of Iona Abbey. 6 pages.

Jan Sutch Pickard £1.50

Digital download: Words of a song for Maundy Thursday or Good Friday, to be sung to the tune 'Waly Waly'. 1 page (7 verses).

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.