Starters for Sunday offers a range of suggested material which can be used each week for individuals and congregations to develop.
May's Starters for Sunday material is provided by MaryAnn Rennie, Graeme Longmuir, Paul Middleton, George Vidits and Paul Nimmo. Material relating to this year's Heart and Soul event and the new Pray Now book 'Living Stones' is provided by Carol Ford, Derek Browning and Angus Morrison.
This month’s starters includes contributions from Eleanor Macalister, George Vidits and Páraic Réamonn. Ivy Blair provides material for Learning Disability Awareness Week
The Mission Forum is responsible for holding mission before the Church. The members of the Forum have produced a series of four Starters for Sunday.
July's Starters for Sunday material includes contributions from Andrea Price and Robert Brown.
Pray it forward is a new resource from the Mission and Discipleship Council that aims to help individuals and congregations find ways of talking to and about God.
Four former Moderators of the General Assembly kindly agreed to take us on a journey through some of their personal thoughts about the stewardship of money. They offer us prayers, sermon notes and hymn suggestions.
The style and content of the Gospels are by and large narrative accounts of events. They are collections of stories about particular people, in a particular place, at a particular time.
We asked twelve preachers to share the insights they have gathered through their experiences of writing and delivering sermons regularly.
Check out what they had to say!
The Revised Common Lectionary was prepared by the Consultation on Common Texts (CCT), and consists of a table of readings which gives the liturgical day or date and the Scripture references for the texts to be read.
Two forms of service for the Ordination and Induction of a Minister of Word and Sacrament have been prepared by the Church of Scotland Liturgical group are offered here.
Over the course of the next year, Starters for Sunday will host prayers of intercession for the Church of Scotland, in particular for the success of the Tomorrow's Calling initiative. Some of these prayers will be prepared by people from the Church of Scotland and other prayers will come from our Ecumenical partners. They will be written for use during public worship and private devotions.