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Mon 20 Oct 2014 @ 9:22

RT @MirandaTHolmes@CHBookshop Could you include 'being a chaplain' by myself and @mjnewitt @SPCKPublishing ? After all,not all ordained ministry is parochial!

Every Place is Holy Ground

Prayer Journeys Through Familiar Places

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ISBN-13: 9781848250758
Published: 30/06/2011
Product description
Whether in the home, in a church building or around familiar landmarks in a local community, a pilgrim journey can be made that will bring a new level of understanding and appreciation of daily life and the holy spaces it inhabits. Linking in with the traditional experiences of pilgrimage - Beginning, Discovering, Struggling, Resting, Remembering and more, this book provides guided meditations for ten prayer journeys inspired by everyday sights. Appropriate prayers and reflections are provided throughout and photographs encourage us to see familiar objects afresh. The book helps us create our own 'waymarks' out of the basic stuff of our lives that will remind us every day that wherever we go, we walk on holy ground.
Product Reviews

'Recommended by Bishop John Pritchard as "wonderfully innovative", this little book is new not so much in content as in approach ... With things to do, see, read, think and pray about, this approach could be used either by a solitary "pilgrim" or by a group, and there is plently in this book to enhance the reader's appreciation of the sacredness of the everyday.' -- Gillian Collins Magnet 201203

Author Information

Sally Welch

SALLY WELCH is Associate Priest at a city centre church in Oxford and is actively involved in planning the mission initiative Pilgrim in the Diocese of Oxford. She is the author of Walking the Labyrinth.