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Something for Sunday

IN AN ideal world, there would be time each week to write new resources for the "soft" liturgical points in an all-age Sunday eucharist, such as the introduction to the confession, intercessions, and prayer activities. The reality is that sometimes time is short and creativity is limited.

Roots for Churches is an ecumenical initiative that produces a monthly magazine of worship and learning resources for use with all ages, appropriate to a wide variety of church contexts, styles, ...

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