Updates today for 12 October

Jane Williams Reflection questions/activities updated today, as well as the hymns and songs page. We’ve focused on the banquet imagery this week.

Our Local Shared Ministry Conference is nearly upon us. If you are attending we will be introducing the above resources at one of the sessions and would be pleased to hear from anyone who has been making use of them, and how that has been working (or not!).

We have a couple of people lined up for that purpose, but more comments will be welcome.

Ian

 

Updates for 5 October

RCL Hymns and songs page, and Jane Williams reflections page are both updated today for 5 October. Apologies for delay due to illness.

We would appreciate prayer for our annual LSM conference which begins on October 3.

One of the things we plan to do is to record demo tracks of new hymn and song material that attendees will be able to use to introduce them easily to their congregations.

Ian

Updates today & Cantus Mundi

Updates are available for 21 September in Jane Williams Reflections & Lectionary Hymns and Songs.

Also a plug for Cantus Mundi (Showcasing Christian music from around the world). The tags provide a wealth of material on themes you might be looking for. Everything seems to be performance videos with texts. Check it out!

Ian

Our regular updates today

Jane Williams reflections and hymn and song selection pages (top right) are updated today for September 14.

With another anniversary of the September 11 attacks in the week before, it might be appropriate to pray for all victims and perpetrators of terrorism, and for the peace of Christ to be grown in our lives and in our nations.

Our local LSMUs: Have you registered for next month’s conference yet?

Ian

More Jane Williams: 17 August

Jane Williams has some provocative goodies for Sunday 17 August, and there’s a new suggestion for how to utilise the question format in worship.

http://wp.me/PS0ly-6E (quicklink)

How about creating a dramatised reading of the encounter of Jesus and the Canaanite woman? Grab the text from Oremus (Google it!).

Ian