Two beautiful new resources to help you follow the events of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday within your own home – whether you are by yourself or isolating with others. Using easily to hand materials, these aim to help adults and children alike to engage in participative and reflective ways with the events of Maundy Thursday evening and Good Friday.
They are free to download – simply click on the links below
from Carol Marples of Soul Marks
The Soul Marks trust encourages and enables creativity using all the senses. To find out more see their website
from Jo Love of Wild Goose Resource Group
WGRG is about liturgy and worship, music and song, prayer and politics, diversity and devotion, participation and perception, curiosity and creativity, with a particular emphasis towards the training of the laity. It exists to enable and equip congregations and clergy in the shaping and creation of new forms of contexted and relevant, participative worship Find out more at their website