Rebecca Catford: June 2019
Special Sundays and Resources
Bible Month: Resources for the current and prior bible month books
"Colossians in Conversation with Popular Culture" is an additional small group YouTube video resource by Clive Marsh (Vice President of Methodist Conference 2019/2020)
All We Can
Sermon notes, prayers, worship ideas, stories, videos. The latest resource pack is for harvest. The resources webpage has a tab for service resources
This year's theme is: 'One Sunday'. Looking at ways in which we can make our worship as inclusive as possible, especially for those living with dementia. Worship Resources include an Order of Service which can be used for Local Arrangement services, prayers, hymns, stories and links to video clips.
Resources for Rural Mission Sunday, 14th July 2019
The Isolation and Loneliness toolkit is available to download or order.
Denominational Worship Resources
Methodist Prayer Handbook 2019/20: Responding to the Gospel
Due to be published 1 August 2019, Standard and Large Print versions £3.95 each. The theme for the next Methodist Prayer Handbook is inspired by Our Calling . It explores our call to respond to the gospel by demonstrating God's love, grace and generosity. The prayers and readings are invaluable for worship in meetings and small groups.
The Methodist Publishing Catalogue is currently being updated for September Synods and includes Worship Foundations and other publications.
Worship Foundations: A training resource for those starting out as Worship Leaders or Local Preachers, or those who find themselves responsible for "local arrangement" services at their church. The booklet describes the main elements of worship and suggests a framework to help you to plan a service. The booklet is ideal for use in Continuing Local Preacher Development, or as discussion material for class meetings and small groups.
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