Living in Love and Faith sets out to inspire people to think more deeply both about what it means to be human, and to live in love and faith with one another. It tackles the tough questions and the divisions among Christians about what it means to be holy in a society in which understandings of gender, sexuality and marriage continue to change.
All churches have had to learn to do things differently during closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. None has been more imaginative or inventive than London's St Martin in the Fields. Here the St Martin's team reflects theologically and share its newly found pastoral and practical wisdom in many areas, developed through its HeartEdge programme.
Remember is a warm and uplifting look at the Scriptural importance of remembering answered prayers, showing how such reflection paints a picture of who God is and helps us to greater maturity in prayer.
A collection of essays exploring the underlying issues facing the Anglican Communion and setting them in their historical context, including the roles of synods, bishops and primates; the ministry of the Archbishop of Canterbury; being in and out of communion; and, the significance of diocesan boundaries in an age of globalization.
A completely revised and expanded edition of this collection of liturgies for morning, day, evening, Holy Communion and healing services. Aimed primarily at participative worship with shared leadership it includes optional methods of scriptural reflection and prayer with symbolic action.
Explores some of the different spiritual traditions that have influenced Christian witness over the past years. This title also explores how encompassing something of the breadth of Christian spirituality, from Charismatic to Catholic, via Celtic, can not only enrich our faith but strengthen the mission of the Church.
A spiritual travel memoir showing how the life of God can be found in the most unlikely places. From slum priests quietly bringing hope in the favelas of Brazil to the impact of a child's death on a whole community, Laurence Freeman movingly reveals how the sacred strains to find expression in every life, every place, every day.
As James Jones waited for his heart operation and began to recover from it, he had the Psalms with him day and night, and these are reflections based on each occasion the word 'heart' is used in the Psalms (70 times). These reflections invite the reader to make a new relationship with the psalms.
Parish churches are required by law to maintain records of all services held as well as all baptisms, confirmations and the calling of banns of marriage. This attractive contemporary register of admissions to communion offers excellent value and quality, with clear page layouts and archive quality paper.