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Alison Swinfen £2.60

Digital download: Eleven poems to reflect on during Passiontide: 'a sacred time of remembering what it means for a friend, and brother, to be betrayed, to be afraid, to be humiliated, to be falsely accused, to be deserted by those who love him ' 10 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.

Stephen Wright £2.20

Digital download: A reflection, a poem and a prayer for Good Friday on the hope beyond the despair of the day and the mystery of the torn veil of the temple. Taken from the book The Sun Slowly Rises, by Neil Paynter. 6 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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Take us Back (PDF download)

David McNeish £2.30

Digital download: A thoughtful service for Good Friday featuring seven voices dispersed among the congregation. 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.

Glendon Macaulay £1.50

Digital download: A guided exercise for reflecting on death and the fruits of death during Holy Week, taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 1 page.

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Jesus and Elvis (PDF Download)

Glendon Macaulay £2.00

Digital download: A reflection for two voices - and with reference to Elvis Presley - on empty graves, theories about what happened to Jesus's body, and a true understanding of resurrection. Taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 4 pages.

Glendon Macaulay £2.20

Digital download: Actions which can be used to complete Good Friday worship. A flower, a small glass of wine mixed with vinegar, and a twig are placed by each person's seat prior to the service. Taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 6 pages.

Glendon Macaulay £1.80

Digital download: A contemplation on the death of Jesus, for two voices. Taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 2 pages.

Glendon Macaulay £1.91

Digital download: A guided meditation for the night before the crucifixion, leading directly into Holy Communion. Taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 3 pages.

Glendon Macaulay £2.20

Digital download: A service of prayers, responses, readings and symbolic actions etc for a communal meal in the style of a Jewish Passover seder, leading into a celebration of Holy Communion. Taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 6 pages.

Glendon Macaulay £1.80

Digital download: A guided meditation on the entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, taken from the book Dirt, Mess and Danger, by Glendon Macaulay. 2 pages.

Chris Polhill £2.45

Digital download: An impactful dramatic liturgy for the evening of Good Friday, with eulogies for Jesus, prayers and laments (including The Red List, A Lament for Earthquake and Tsunami Victims, and Listen, an Amnesty International banned radio advertisement). 10 pages.