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Lindisfarne Liturgies for Christian Festivals

Kevin Mayhew

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Ray Simpson’s liturgical prayers for Christian festivals provide worship for individuals, new monastic groups and churches.They reconnect the post 9/11 world with the seasons and the soil, the saints and the streets, the struggles,senses and silence, as well as the Spirit and the Scriptures.
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Ray Simpson’s liturgical prayers for Christian festivals provide worship for individuals, new monastic groups and churches.They reconnect the post 9/11 world with the seasons and the soil, the saints and the streets, the struggles,senses and silence, as well as the Spirit and the Scriptures.

These inclusive patterns of worship are drawn from early and contemporary Celtic devotion,Anglican, Orthodox, Reformed and Roman Catholic sources. The Liturgies that appear in this book are taken from Liturgies from Lindisfarne by Ray Simpson.
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Product Code1501465
NameLindisfarne Liturgies for Christian Festivals
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorRay Simpson
ISBN9781848677616
Short DescriptionRay Simpson’s liturgical prayers for Christian festivals provide worship for individuals, new monastic groups and churches.They reconnect the post 9/11 world with the seasons and the soil, the saints and the streets, the struggles,senses and silence, as well as the Spirit and the Scriptures.
Pack Size1
Size220mm x 140mm
Count164 Pages
CoverPaperback
Date Published1 Jan 2015
Lead Time3 weeks (approx.) if out of stock
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Ray Simpson’s daily prayer tweet @praycelticdaily profiles him as A Celtic New Monastic for Tomorrow’s World. He is the Founding Guardian of the international Community of Aidan and Hilda (a dispersed inter-church movement which is also an Acknowledged Anglican Community).


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