An imaginative resource for all who use the labyrinth in their worship and spiritual practice. It includes ideas for using labyrinths in different settings, such as with children, those with learning difficulties, the elderly, in hospices, as part of a retreat and with seasonal emphases at different times of the year.
This book brings together contributors from different backgrounds including a Holocaust survivor and a death row inmate, to explore perspectives on death. Each contributor offers commentary on a written or visual work that best expresses death to them. A meaningful volume for the bereaved and those working in bereavement or spirituality.
Two leading practitioners of new monasticism open up the movement's spiritual landscape and its distinctive calling and gifts within today's church. Practical experience and story is set alongside reflection and liturgies as a creative resource for all who are already involved in, or are exploring intentional living in community.