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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.

Nancy Cocks £2.60

Digital download: A lively all-age service for Palm Sunday, including a dialogue between the pebbles on the road that Jesus travelled, an exploration of what it means to be a king, and an opportunity to make a crown of thorns from pipe cleaners. 10 pages.

E- Liturgies & Prayers

In Light and Love (PDF download)

Peter Millar £2.80

Digital download: Thoughtful and insightful reflections and prayers for each day of Holy Week. 13 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.

Peter Millar £2.50

Digital download: Readings, reflections and prayers for each day of Holy Week up to Easter Monday. 9 pages.

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Living Easter (PDF download)

Nancy Cocks £2.75

Digital download: Another of Nancy's lively communion services for all ages, this time for Easter Sunday and incorporating a rooster's view of the Resurrection. The author is a former Deputy Warden of Iona Abbey. 13 pages.

E- Liturgies & Prayers

Your Life in Us (PDF download)

Peter Millar £2.00

Digital download: Each of the seven utterances of Jesus from the cross, together with a prayer reflecting on each. Peter is a former Warden of Iona Abbey. 4 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.