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A Devotional Journey into the Easter Mystery

This book shows readers how prayerful participation in the Paschal Mystery brings life, joy, and holiness. It’s a powerful aid for every Christian who seeks to make Lent and Easter a truly life-changing experience.

A Letter for Lent: A Group Lent Course Based on Paul's Letters to the Colossians

Based on the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Colossians, A Letter for Lent is an easy-to-follow, off-the-page, six-session group Bible study course.

A Word for Lent: A Workbook for Groups and Individuals

Whether alone or in a group, these Lenten Sunday Gospel reflections provide stimulating insights and ways into deepening personal prayer and commitment to Jesus.

And Yet: Finding Joy in Lament

With warm understanding, in this lovely Lent book for 2022 Rachael Newham traces how Biblical writers used 'and yet' to bring together joy and lament and invites us to see them not as opposites, but two sides of the same coin.

Bumper Book of Resources: Holy Week

Draws together material from a wide range of sources, includes CD-ROM providing activity sheets and illustrations to enliven learning and interactive worship.

Christ Our Peace: Reflective Services for Lent and Holy Week

These reflective services are all fairly short and mostly participative, one for each of the four Sundays in Lent, for Passion Sunday and for Palm Sunday.

Embracing Justice: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2022

In Embracing Justice, Isabelle Hamley invites us on an exhilarating journey through Scripture to discover how we, as churches, communities and individual Christians, can seek and practice justice even when enmeshed in such a fractured world.

Feast or Famine: How the Gospel Challenges Austerity

Feast or Famine? is a five-week Lent course for groups and individuals that considers the practical issues of economic austerity versus plenty in modern Britain and beyond.