Wonderful Worship Paperback
by Susan Sayers;
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- Want to bring a reflective and thoughtful heart to Christmas?
- Wonderful Worship is made to help refocus your eyes on God
- For individuals and groups, this study is a beacon back to the truth of Christmas
An invaluable resource to make Advent and Christmas even more special
The whole season of Christmas, from Advent to Epiphany, is a wonderful opportunity for the Church to celebrate the birth of Jesus as 'God with us'.
Instead of feeling we are battling against the tide and shutting ourselves off from all the festivities, which are increasingly secular, Susan Sayers encourages us to embrace them and fill them with real meaning. In her excellent book of resources for worship in church, outside and at home, for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, the author shows how this can be possible.
The resources help to make Advent more spacious and reflective, rather than being caught up in the frantic pre-Christmas secular stress. They also show how we can Christianise many of the pre- and post-Christmas activities, so that these secular events are not extras to be squashed into an already hopelessly busy schedule, but become an integral part of our Christian preparation and reflection.
Wonderful Worship by Susan Sayers was published by Kevin Mayhew Ltd in May 2016 and is our 6224th best seller. The ISBN for Wonderful Worship is 9781848678491.
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Details for Wonderful Worship
|Author / Artist||Susan Sayers|
|Publisher||Kevin Mayhew Ltd (May 2016)|
|Number of Pages||100|
|Page last updated||29th September 2017|