Together For A Season Paperback
All-age Seasonal Material for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany
by Gillian Ambrose; Peter Craig-Wild; Diane Craven; Mary Hawes;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
"Together for a Season" is a practical traveling companion for the journey through the Church year. Aimed at all those planning and leading worship and those working with children and adults in groups, it offers a rich array of creative material designed to bring to life the seasonal liturgy of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.
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Together For A Season
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The book includes information on the origins of these symbols and suggestions as to how they might become a unifying thread in the worship of the whole community as they journey through the three seasons. Woven throughout are suggestions for how to lift the liturgical texts off the page to produce engaging, multi-sensory worship that encourages the participation of the whole people of God.
The material is supported by a free CD-ROM, which includes: all the illustrations and templates in downloadable format; the texts of services; and full colour photographs to inspire your own worship.
Together For A Season by Gillian Ambrose; Peter Craig-Wild; Diane Craven; Mary Hawes was published by Church House in November 2006 and is our 18714th best seller. The ISBN for Together For A Season is 9780715140628.
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|Author / Artist||Gillian Ambrose; Peter Craig-Wild; Diane Craven; Mary Hawes|
|Publisher||Church House (November 2006)|
|Additional Information||Contains Paperback and CD-ROM|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Page last updated||19th July 2017|