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Rosemary Power £3.20

Digital download: An ecumenical prayer walk for Good Friday which uses local landmarks to relate to the concerns of the community and its links to the wider world. Based on the medieval tradition of fourteen stations of the Cross. 24 pages.

Rosemary Power £2.85

Digital download: A liturgy for group use, intended as a way of using Holy Saturday within the context of Passion liturgy, by pausing, and reflecting on a world without God, and on our own human losses. 14 pages.

Tom Gordon £3.50

Digital download: Modern parables for each day of Holy Week, from Passion/Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, taken from Tom's book With an Open Eye. These stories relate to lectionary cycle B and offer reflections on life and faith that help us to be aware of familiar things in a new and imaginative way. 39 pages.

Dave Broom £2.55

Digital download: A service for the dawn of Easter Sunday, ideal for the open air rather than inside a church building. A special time of the morning on a very special day. From the book The Cross in the Marketplace. 11 pages.

Dave Broom £2.80

Digital download: Meditations for Good Friday based on experiences of Iona Community island staff who have worked with people on the edge socially, economically and emotionally. Each meditation includes reference to a Bible passage and can be used for personal reflection or as part of a service. From the book The Cross in the Marketplace. 16 pages.

Dave Broom £2.40

Digital download: A simple service of lamentation for Good Friday that can be used by groups of 10 or 12 people in various locations such as people's homes or in different parts of a church building. From the book The Cross in the Marketplace. 8 pages.

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Stations of the Cross (PDF download)

Dave Broom £4.10

Digital download: An extensive Stations of the Cross with, at each station, a Bible reading and a testimony from a person who witnessed one of the events in the story. This is very much a community event in which everyone can be involved. Taken from the book The Cross in the Marketplace. 40 pages.

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Maundy Thursday (PDF download)

Dave Broom £2.60

Digital download: A ceremony of foot-washing, Agape or Communion, the stripping of the church, and a vigil for 'the disappeared' and for prisoners of conscience. Taken from the book The Cross in the Marketplace. 13 pages.

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An Easter Pilgrimage (PDF download)

Dave Broom £3.90

Digital download: A pilgrimage for the start of Holy Week, mainly in the form of dramatic scripts for each stopping point. Although based on the weekly Iona pilgrimage, it can be adapted for any local environment, including urban ones, or even be used within the church itself. Taken from the book The Cross in the Marketplace, by Dave Broom. 34 pages.

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Palm Sunday (PDF download)

Dave Broom £2.30

Digital download: A service for the day when Jesus demonstrates what his claim to messiahship really means and what his Kingdom is really about - for committing ourselves to the values of the upside-down Kingdom of the unlikely Messiah Jesus, who stands today in the heart of the military-industrial complex and declares: 'Peace.' Taken from the book The Cross in the Marketplace, by Dave Broom. 7 pages.

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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.

Tom Gordon £3.30

Digital download: Modern parables for each day of Holy Week, from Passion/Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, taken from Tom's book Welcoming Each Wonder. These stories relate to lectionary cycle A and offer reflections on life and faith that help us to be aware of familiar things in a new and imaginative way. 36 pages.

Tom Gordon £3.30

Digital download: Modern parables for each day of Holy Week, from Passion/Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, taken from Tom's book A Blessing to Follow. These stories relate to lectionary cycle C and offer reflections on life and faith that help us to be aware of familiar things in a new and imaginative way. 33 pages.

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