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Various contributors £1.85

Digital download: A song (words and music) and a reflection for Fair Trade Fortnight, taken from the book Spring, by Ruth Burgess. 4 pages.

Sally Foster-Fulton £2.20

Digital download: A reflection on poverty, Jubilee and justice; a dialogue on what poverty does to us all; and an affirmation. 6 pages.

Rosemary Power & the Iona Prayer Circle £2.30

Digital download: A short liturgy addressing the wounds of our world and the dark places where people suffer and are oppressed. 7 pages.

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The Gift of Life (PDF download)

Paul Nicolson £1.75

Digital download: A reflection on parables about justly sharing land and its produce, connecting them with present-day injustices of land and wealth, and concluding with a prayer. 3 pages.

Alison Swinfen £2.10

Digital download: A dialogue and a reflection on the amazing possibilities opened up by the taste of bread, and how real solutions to the greed, dependency and oppression of the world are based on deep practices of sharing. 5 pages.

The Iona Community £2.80

Digital download: Two services that draw on the part of the Iona Community's Rule which is a commitment to justice, peace and the integrity of creation. Includes appendix with notes for the services and extra resources. From the new, revised edition of the Iona Abbey Worship Book. 14 pages.

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Racial Justice (PDF download)

Iain & Isabel Whyte £2.10

Digital download: A reflection and a prayer relating to racism and the need to work for racial justice. 6 pages.

Chris Polhill £2.50

Digital download: A liturgy lamenting the greed that damages the planet, the suffering of refugees and displaced people, and decline in faith. Lamenting allows us to grieve together and offer our sorrows to God. The value of lamentation is that it can unfreeze us - and lead to action. 10 pages.

Kathy Galloway & Lesley Orr £2.70

Digital download: All the evidence is that gender equality leads to better decisions, fairer policies, more participation, prosperity and peace. International Women's Day presents a challenge to us all - let's reflect, pray and pledge for a radical transformation of the current world order. 12 pages.

Alison Swinfen £2.40

Digital download: A service of commitment focusing on the worldwide struggle for justice, of 'defiant grief', in the hope of one day reaching a tipping point in favour of the poor and oppressed of the world. 8 pages.

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Living Water (PDF download)

Various contributors £2.60

Digital download: 783 million people do not have access to clean water and almost 2.5 billion do not have access to adequate sanitation (UN figures). Here are some worship resources for putting together a service on water, and some suggestions for taking action. 11 pages.

Nancy Cocks £2.45

Digital download: A service for all ages about not having enough to eat and about being hungry to share what we have. Includes a drawing/colouring activity. Nancy is a former Deputy Warden of Iona Abbey. 9 pages.

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It Wasn’t the Nails (PDF download)

David Rhodes £2.50

Digital download: It's easy to think of the Crucifixion as something that happened a long time ago. But for some people every day is Good Friday. People forced into poverty, those who are homeless. Those seeking asylum. People crushed by debt and treated with contempt by the powerful. Jesus is crucified today in their suffering. 9 pages.

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Justice and Peace (PDF Download)

Various £3.43

Digital download: Prayers, responses, a reflection, a story, a poem, a song, a biblical reflection and a script relating to justice and peace. Taken from the books Bare Feet and Buttercups and Acorns and Archangels, by Ruth Burgess. 24 pages.

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Digital download: Afternoon prayers for justice and peace, from Iona Abbey Worship Book

£1.28

Digital download: A service of prayer for justice and peace, from Iona Abbey Worship Book

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