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Fri 24 Oct 2014 @ 16:38

RT @HodderFaithIn the run up to an office move, we're going to be giving away a lot of Christian books to churches etc. Head to: https://t.co/31JcAqr4hK

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ISBN-13: 9781853118609
Published: 19/12/2008
Product description

This first volume focuses on the basic order of service - the classic fourfold shape of gathering, word, sacrament and sending. In simple, non technical language leading writers in the field get to the heart of the matter and provide invaluable guidance to clergy, ordinands, Eucharistic ministers, study groups and individuals who wish to understand the Eucharist more fully. Subsequent volumes will focus on Engaging with Scripture, Entering into Communion, Modes and Moods of Prayer and Celebrating the Christian Year.

Author Information

Ann Loades, Nicola Slee

ANN LOADES is Professor Emerita of Divinity in the University of Durham and a renowned author in the fields of spirituality and feminist theology. RICHARD GILES is the former Dean of Philadelphia and author of Re-pitching the Tent and Creating Uncommon Worship. NICOLA SLEE teaches at the Queen's Foundation, Birmingham. MARK IRELAND is diocesan missioner for Lichfield and the author of a number of books on evangelism.

Richard Giles

Richard Giles is best known for his pioneering work in creating worship that is truly transformative and life-changing and has written numerous bestselling books on that theme. Formerly the Dean of Philadelphia and now retired from parish ministry, he lives near Newcastle.

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