Lectionary Reflections Years a B C
Jane William's widely read and much enjoyed Church Times columns brought together in one volume for the first time. In Lectionary Reflections, Jane Williams aims to help us engage with the Sunday readings in the Revised Common Lectionary for Years...
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Jane William's widely read and much enjoyed Church Times columns brought together in one volume for the first time. In Lectionary Reflections, Jane Williams aims to help us engage with the Sunday readings in the Revised Common Lectionary for Years A, B & C. Each section gives the lectionary references and provides a thought-provoking starting point for exploring the readings, drawing out points of connection between them. Intelligently written and inspiring, Lectionary Reflections will prove invaluable in preparation for Sunday worship or for regular Bible study throughout the year. It will be of use to both groups and individuals for opening up the Bible and applying its rich teaching and stories.
- Catalogue Code 321335
- Product Code 9780281065790
- ISBN 0281065799
- EAN 9780281065790
- Pages 416
- Department Ministry
- Category Church Resources
- Sub-Category Lectionary/church Year Resources
- Publisher Spck Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge
- Publication Date Jan 2011
- Sales Rank 20809
- Dimensions 216 x 138 x 21mm
- Weight 0.476kg
Jane Williams was born in India, one of five sisters, and read Theology at Cambridge University before going on to work in theological publishing and education.
She has published, amongst other things, Bread, Wine and Women (with Sue Dowell); Perfect Freedom, Lectionary Reflections; Approaching Christmas and, more recently, Approaching Easter. She has also written a Sunday readings column for the Church Times.
Jane now works as a Visiting Lecturer at King's College London, as a Lecturer at the St Paul's Theological Centre, and for Redemptorist Publications.
Jane and Rowan (Archbishop of Canterbury) have been married since 1981 and together they have a son and a daughter.