Loved and Liked: six session course
Loved and Liked – the six session course offers then chance to explore how we are all uniquely made and that God actually loves and likes us. It looks at questions of identity, calling and service, and includes amazing true stories of local people.
Using easily downloadable videos and materials the course is freely available at www.lovedandliked.life.
Women in the Shadows: A w course for Lent 2021
Did you know that in 2018, one third of victims identified by the UK Modern Slavery Helpline were women? Women in the Shadows is a new course for Lent, created by The Clewer Initiative, to help shine a light on the suffering of marginalised women. The course focuses on the different ways women and girls are exploited in the UK today. Download the resources from www.theclewerinitiative.org/womenintheshadows
Thy Kingdom Come
Thy Kingdom Come is an annual call to prayer for people all around the world.
The Church of England’s Lent Campaign for 2021. This year’s #LiveLent challenge offers a series of reflections, readings and prayers.
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book for 2021
Through a series of short, weekly videos released on the Sundays of Lent, author Hannah Steele will unpack ways to share the Gospel story afresh and share how we can live Jesus’ story in our own lives simply by allowing people to be drawn to him through our natural gifts. The book is available from The Big Church Read at a reduced price. Why not read it as a worshipping community and use the videos together each week?
The Pilgrim Way
Bishop Rachel and Bishop Robert enter into a short conversation sparked by each of the sections outlined in The Church of England booklet The Pilgrim Way: The Apostles’ Creed; the Lord’s Prayer; the Commandments; and the Beatitudes.
The Pilgrim Way series and booklet →
A series of booklets which can be followed during Lent. Written by Bishop Steven Croft, each booklet offers 40 short daily Bible reflections, prayers, and suggestions for how you might respond to Jesus’ teachings in your own life.
Visit the Pilgrim Journeys webpage →
Environment-focused study guides
Ruth Valerio’s book Saying Yes to Life was the Archbishop’s Lent Book for 2020. Using the creation story, it explains our responsibilities as Christians to care for creation and gives practical guidance on how to introduce changes into your everyday life.
Tenants of the King is a Bible-based, Jesus-centred resource from Operation Noah. This four-part study series is designed to help you and your church consider what the Bible has to say about today’s climate crisis.