Digital download: A collection of stories based on the author’s ‘remembered Bible’ technique, which adds unexpected layers and aspects to the accounts – for both remembering women in the Bible and remembering the Bible with women (and men). 26 pages.
Digital download: A selection of resources for Lent and Easter for children and young people, arising from the work of Janet Lees as Chaplain of Silcoates School, Wakefield. Janet uses her own ‘remembered Bible’ method to help people reclaim the Bible as their own. 24 pages.
Digital download: A resource for Advent and Christmas especially for those working with young people or children in a school, community or church setting – but also full of lively prayers, sketches and ideas for anyone looking to break out of a rut by using ‘the remembered Bible’. 31 pages.
A companion to the remembered gospel which aims to encourage and support those who want to work with the remembered Bible process with ordinary people in any place. Includes more than fifty starters for RB sessions, practical suggestions, and examples of prayers and reflections that have grown out of RB.
Digital download: A set of worship items for evening time that could be used by a family or a group. Includes simple songs/chants, psalms, prayers and ways of remembering the Bible. 5 pages.
Digital download: An outdoor service for Good Friday. 10 pages.
Digital download: A reflective Tenebrae service that can be used with all ages from 9 years upwards, during which candles are extinguished to symbolise how Jesus was abandoned by everyone on the night before his death. 9 pages.
Digital download: All-age resources for baptisms and for celebrating ‘Baptismas’ (‘Like Christmas; only for Baptism’). School chaplain Janet Lees thinks that church is generally far too predictable and delights in creating, along with her pupils, new approaches to old themes. 9 pages.
Digital download: A poem and a prayer for Ascension and some suggested all-age activities, prayers and songs for Pentecost. 4 pages.
Presents a method of using remembered (oral, not written) versions of the Bible with people of all ages and abilities, in which telling and interpreting the stories in light of the participants’ own lives become inextricably linked.