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Welcoming The Light

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Services for Advent to Candlemas
‘It is better to light a candle than to complain about the darkness.’ Advent and Christmas are about the Light of Christ coming into our lives, to conquer the darkness for each of us. Each service in this book is based around a candle lighting, to mark Christ as the Light of the World and also to observe that we take this light into our own hands and hearts as we turn towards him. Welcoming the Light has been written in a way that also makes it suitable for individual worship, lighting a candle to welcome the new day and to commit our lives to God.
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Product Code1501195
NameWelcoming The Light
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorDavid Adam
ISBN9781848672048
Short DescriptionServices for Advent to Candlemas
Pack Size1
Size297 X 210mm
Count80 pages
Date Published30 Jul 2009
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Ceate ready made liturgies that could be lifted straight from the book, or used more selectively to add a seasonal flavour to services between Advent and Candlemas. Review by Penny Seabrook - Church Times
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David Adam draws on his experience of conducting worship at Lindisfarne to create ready made liturgies that could be lifted straight from the book, or used more selectively to add a seasonal flavour to services between Advent and Candlemas. Welcoming the light is the common theme, which finds physical expression in the repeated use of candles, and verbal focus in the Affirmations, Invitation to Worship, Thanksgiving, Intercessions, and Blessing. There is nothing unorthodox here. (Posted on 05/04/2011)

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David Adam was born in Alnwick, Northumberland and was the Vicar of Lindisfarne where he ministered to thousands of pilgrims and other visitors for thirteen years until he retired in March 2003. He is the author of many inspiring books on spirituality and prayer, and his Celtic writings have rekindled a keen interest in our Christian heritage.

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