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Fri 17 Apr 2015 @ 9:53

The 2015-16 print lectionary is here! This year it's not so much 'hot pink' as 'communion wine burgundy':

What am I Doing Here?

A Beginner's Guide to Church


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ISBN-13: 9780715141618
Published: 01/06/2008
Product description
Have you ever wondered what church is all about? Ever found yourself in a service wondering what on earth is going on? And what the point of it all is? Whether you're completely new to church or have been coming to church for a while, this little book is here to help you! With a down-to-earth style and subtle humour, What Am I Doing Here? takes you through an Anglican Holy Communion service, demystifying what happens - and why. Subjects covered include: What are you doing here?: The need to meet your maker Worship: The need to celebrate and count our blessings Confession: The need for accounting procedures and a clean slate Sermons: The need for wise words and challenging questions The Creed: The need for a basic belief system Prayer: The need to engage with the wider world and ask for help The Peace: The need to live in right relationship with others Holy Communion: The need for strength, comfort and delight Being sent out and the after-church chat: The need to share the journey
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'Small, low-priced, and with great illustrations by Dave Walker - the UK's deservedly best-known Christian cartoonist.' -- Melanie J. Carroll, owner of Unicorn Tree Books 20080516

Author Information

Dave Walker

Dave Walker works as an artist, illustrator and tutor. He has produced the illustrations for a number of works including What am I Doing Here?.

Hilary Brand

HIlary Brand is the author of The Sceptics Guide to the Bible (BRF) and the best-selling Lent course Christ and the Chocolaterie (Darton, Longman and Todd). She enjoys life in a Surrey village and its parish church and also likes going to the movies, walking long-distance footpaths and keeping chickens.

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