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Anna Laycock

 Thy Kingdom Come 2019

Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop John Sentamu have written a letter asking Christians to join them in praying 'Thy Kingdom Come' in the period between Ascension Day and Pentecost.

There are a wide range of different resources to be used at home or at church during this time. There are resources for liturgical services and prayer rooms; beacon events or prayer walks; for families or individuals. They are available for free at the Thy Kingdom Come website (linked below).

Please see the attached letter for more information.

  Website:  Thy Kingdom Come

Anna Laycock
 Lent with New Daylight

New Daylight is the Bible Reading Fellowships most popular series of daily Bible reading notes and now for the first time a special Lent edition combines daily reflections for individual use with wide-ranging, thought-provoking discussion material for weekly Lent groups.

Edited by Sally Welch, with reflections by four well-loved and respected writers, this innovative and affordable new resource offers a full eight weeks of daily reflections along with material for eight group meetings.

For more information see the website below.

  Website:  www.brfonline.org.uk/9780857467881

Anna Laycock

 Holy Habits - Missional discipleship resources for church

The Bible Reading Fellowship is launching Holy Habits, an exciting new discipleship resource based on Luke's portrait of the early church in Acts 2:42-47. Extensively piloted in the Birmingham area, it consists of an introductory guide and ten booklets, one for each of the ten habits of practices, described by Luke as a model for the church to imitate.

From Worship and Prayer, through Serving to Fellowship and Breaking Bread, there are materials to help churches and groups explore the habits and, more importantly, live them out in practice.

For more information see the attached flyer and website below.

  Website:  www.brfonline.org.uk/holy-habits