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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.

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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.

Bonnie B Thurston £2.20

Digital download: A Bible reading, a reflection and a prayer for the Wednesday of Holy Week, with an emphasis on one woman's gesture of love for Jesus and what that means for all of us. Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises. 6 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.

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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.