‘Churches Together in Britain and Ireland‘ has made the text of Dr Clare Amos’s study, ‘Opening the Scriptures: Setting our Hearts on Fire,’ freely available via THIS LINK.
Bishop of Lichfield Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave is encouraging churches in the Diocese of Lichfield to use the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent course book, ‘Saying yes to life‘ by Ruth Valerio (Available to purchase from SPCK HERE).
The 2020 Lent resource of the Methodist Relief and Development Agency ‘All we can’ focuses on the climate crisis under the title ‘Radically changing the story.’ The resources include material for use in church services, a film and material for children and young people. More HERE.
The ‘Joint Public Issues Team‘ of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Church of Scotland, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church has developed ‘Living Lent,’ a series of resources, challenges, reflections and celebrations concerning climate action. To find more information and to sign up, visit THIS WEBSITE.
Created by the Stewardship charity, for ten years ‘40acts‘ has asked, ‘What if it could be a time of radical generosity as well as spiritual discipline?’ Over the years, ‘40acts‘ has become a movement of over 100,000 people on a mission to impact their communities with generosity, during Lent and beyond. For more information about ’40acts’ – and to sign up to receive the daily message during Lent – click HERE.
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