Worship – Ecumenical Evening Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark

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Worship – Ecumenical Evening Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark. This collection of evening worships was developed at the WSCF-Europe Conference “Religion and Society in Europe Partners or Competitors?”, which took place in the fall of 2006, in Copenhagen, Denmark. It includes prayers, songs, meditation moments, reflections and Bible readings, split by themes such as: “Church

Worship – Morning Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark

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Worship – Morning Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark. This collection of morning worships was developed at the WSCF-Europe Conference “Religion and Society in Europe Partners or Competitors?”, which took place in the fall of 2006, in Copenhagen,  It includes Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant prayers, songs, reflections and Bible readings.  7. Worship - Morning Worships from the Theology Conference in Denmark

Worship – Ecumenical Liturgy: Laying Down Our Stones

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Worship – Ecumenical Liturgy: Laying Down Our Stones. This liturgy was adapted from the 2010 Lenten study compiled by the World Council of Churches, the World YMCA and the World Student Christian Federation. It includes songs, prayers, reflections and Bible readings on the topics of forgiveness and transformation.  6. Worship - Ecumenical Liturgy-Laying Down Our Stones

Worship – ALectio divina: Free to Worship

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5. Worship – A Lectio divina: Free to Worship. Lectio Divina is a practice that involves a deep reflection on God’s word, through allowing individuals to contemplate, study, pray, sing, rejoice, be silent and communicate with God. Designed as a group meditation, this worship includes a series of prayers, reflections and Bible readings that should be held

Worship – “I am making all things new”: A Liturgy of Readings and Reflections on Power and Transformation

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4. Worship – “I am making all things new”: A Liturgy of Readings and Reflections on Power and Transformation. This liturgy was developed by Rosie Venner, former SCM Britain member, and may be used to acknowledge and confess the power held by individuals, as they enjoy freedom, peace and opportunities denied to others. The liturgy includes prayers, meditation moments, songs

Worship – Living in a World of Technology

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Worship – Living in a World of Technology. This worship is based on the Catholic worship developed at the conference “Living in a world of technology: the changes in social behaviour”, which took place in Läyliäinen, Finland, in March-April 2011.  3. Worship - _Living in a World of Technology_ (2011) Publication date: 29 March – 4 April 2011 

Worship – Communicating Gender

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1. Worship – Communicating Gender. This worship closed the WSCF-Europe conference “Communicating Gender: Gender Identities in a Globalised Europe”, which took place in Logumkloster, Denmark, between 24-28 October 2011. It was prepared and coordinated by Natalie Pylypiv. The prayers, songs and readings in the worship were designed to be tailored to different local contexts and to reflect on issues

Bible Study – Creating Space to Think

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Bible Study – Creating Space to Think. This Bible study was developed by Lucy D’Aeth and reflects on four different television advertisements that were used to raise awareness about domestic violence. It was designed for Lent, in 2010, through a collaboration between the World Council of Churches, the World YWCA, and the World Student Christian Federation.  4. Bible Study - Creating Space to

Bible Study – Living in the world of new technologies

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Bible Study – Living in the world of new technologies. This Bible study was developed by David Masters for the conference “Living in a world of technology: the changes in social behaviour”, which took place in Läyliäinen, Finland, in March-April 2011. The study is a reflective look at how we interact with technology as Christians.   3. Bible Study –

Bible Study – Gender

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Bible Study – Gender. This Bible study was developed by Dzmitry Bartalevich for the conference “Communicating Gender: Gender Identities in a Globalised Europe”, which took place in Logumkloster, Denmark, between 24-28 October 2011. The study asks contemporary questions on the relationship between the Church and gender. 2. Bible Study - Gender (Dzmitry Bartalevich) Publication date:

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