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Landscape Liturgies

Outdoor worship resources from the Christian tradition

Landscape Liturgies

Outdoor worship resources from the Christian tradition

Available for pre-order. Publication date: 30/08/2021.

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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN: 9781786223807
Number of Pages: 192
Published: 30/08/2021
Width: 14.8 cm
Height: 21 cm

Landscape Liturgies offers outdoor worship material drawn from 2,000 years of outdoor Christian practice.

It contains prayers, rituals, blessings and liturgies compiled from Anglican, Roman Catholic, Methodist and Orthodox sources, as well as early church material, the desert tradition and monastic spirituality.

It includes resources for the blessing of water courses, tree planting, garden blessings, a wide range of churchyard ceremonies, Rogation and other processionary ideas, field and animal blessings, pilgrim and walking prayers, ceremonies at holy wells and sacred grottoes, at hilltops and landmark monuments, and for the ringing of bells which traditionally demarcated sacred space in the landscape.

This fascinating and versatile resource will enable urban and rural churches and church schools, retreat houses and pilgrimage centres to conduct a wide variety of services and meditations in the landscape around them.

Nick Mayhew-Smith

Nick Mayhew-Smith lectures at Roehampton university. A former Financial Times journalist, he is the author of the best-selling Britain's Holiest Places which became a BBC TV series in 2013. A series based on his latest book, The Naked Hermit, will be broadcast this year on BBC One. He is a Reader in the Church of England and training for ordination.