Books of the month
Embracing joy through art and reflections
A father and daughter give you art and words to foster joy at Christmas.
Women of the Old Testament and the choices they made
A mother and son explore the lives of 40 biblical women with frankness, humour and striking illustrations.
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Seven Sacred Spaces
Too often people’s understanding of and engagement with ‘church’ is reduced to corporate worship, when it is so much more. George Lings identifies seven elements in Christian communities through the ages, which when held in balance enable a richer expression of discipleship, mission and community.
The following worksheets are designed to help you go deeper with the seven sacred spaces. They can be used in a group or in a one-to-one meeting, and with children and teenagers.
- An introduction to the seven sacred spaces
- Seven sacred spaces: follow-up material
- Seven sacred spaces: in harmony and distorted
- Seven sacred spaces: virtues and vices
- Seven sacred spaces: introductory questions
- Seven sacred spaces: digging deeper
- Seven sacred spaces: their roles
- Seven sacred spaces: what is their overall shape?
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