A parish church gathers people together from across the community and is a site of resistance against the increasingly atomized and segregated society in which we live. The social and political revolution at the heart of parish life is people learning to relate to each other in the name of Christ.
Making clear that it is ordinary living which is at the heart of parish life, The Parish Handbook provides an important and accessible resource for all involved in church leadership.
Drawing on a wealth of experience and research, the handbook brings together sociological observation and theological insight to shape sound practical theological reflection. It will appeal to ordinands as much as practising clergy.
Deep Calls to Deep
Between Truth and Fiction
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The Road Ahead
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Crafting Common Worship
Instruments of Christ's Love
Creative Ideas for Pastoral Liturgy: Marriage Services and Wedding Blessings
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