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Marie Pattison £1.85

Digital download: A Bible reading, a reflection and a prayer for Holy Saturday. A world of justice and peace is not yet here, but we build it every time we speak up for justice, every time we act to change the system. Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 4 pages.

Elaine Gisbourne £2.20

Digital download: A Bible reading, a reflection and a prayer for Maundy Thursday, centred around a story of homelessness, shame and self-loathing from the author's work as a Street Pastor. Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 6 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.

Elaine Gisbourne £2.20

Digital download: Four substantial meditative prayers for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. 6 pages.

Jan Sutch Pickard £2.15

Digital download: Two reflections for Good Friday and one for Holy Saturday, taken from the books Out of Iona and We Journey in Hope. 6 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.

Sally Foster-Fulton with Ruth Burgess £2.50

Digital download: A new, participative service for Maundy Thursday, leading into Communion, to help worshippers enter the events of Holy Week in a way relevant to modern life. 9 pages.

Sally Foster-Fulton with Ruth Burgess £2.25

Digital download: A new, original liturgy for the Monday of Holy Week (based on John 12:1-8, Jesus anointed at Bethany), to help worshippers enter the events of Holy Week in a way relevant to modern life. 7 pages.

Sally Foster-Fulton with Ruth Burgess £2.50

Digital download: An original service for Good Friday which ends with a symbolic action, to help worshippers enter the events of Holy Week in a way relevant to modern life. 9 pages.