Do you need some resources for ANZAC Day services? The following two documents are comprehensive and may provide you with suitable resources for your commemorations.
Here’s a an excellent page to help all of us last-minute preparers from Bosco Peters (www.liturgy.co.nz)
This Jane Williams reflections page has been updated today. If you want to make use of the suggested congregational action/reflection you will need to do some preparation in advance as the entry makes clear (but not too much!)
The goal of this reflection is to remind us all that Christmas is a broader focus than the Christ-child: that the incarnation invites us all into the life of God as daughters and sons, if only we open ourselves to the Gift of God.
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?
Check out the Jane Williams and Lectionary Songs and Hymns pages (above) for new entries for September 7, posted today.
And a plug: have you checked out the free related liturgical material at Laughing Bird Resources ?
For liturgists and sacramentalists, we warmly commend this little nugget of education from Bosco Peters (and his website in general!):
Wow! Here’s a list to be reckoned with if you want to save on typing out (mostly) traditional hymns! Simply copy and paste the text you want.
Also, hymn and song selections for July 27 have been posted today.