Liturgical Resources for November, December and January
by Ruth Burgess;
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A timeless look at the season of Winter, this Liturgical resource for November to January includes a variety of ways to reflect on the season.
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- Looking to better appreciate and understand Winter?
- These liturgical resources are a poetic and moving seasonal collection from Ruth Burgess
- through these poems, readings, prayers and more you'll discover new depths this Winter.
Winter is a liturgical resource book that covers the months of November, December and January.
It includes prayers, stories, responses, songs, poems, reflections, liturgies and meditations for the major Christian festivals of All Saints', Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, as well as for Remembrance, Blue Christmas, Christingle, New Year, Christian Unity and other occasions. The material is written by Iona Community members, associates, friends and others.
A blessing of the dark sky be yours,
of the white moon
and the faraway stars.
A blessing of the cold earth be yours,
of the hoarfrost
and the drifts of snow.
A blessing of a warm hearth be yours,
of a lighted fire
and a loving home.
A blessing of the Trinity be yours:
this long night
and for evermore.
From 'This long night' by Ruth Burgess
Winter by Ruth Burgess was published by Wild Goose Publications in December 2016 and is our 3135th best seller. The ISBN for Winter is 9781849525091.
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Details for Winter
|Author / Artist||Ruth Burgess|
|Publisher||Wild Goose Publications (December 2016)|
|Page last updated||2nd November 2017|