For those who missed out first time around.
In Lent 2012 the Anglican Communion produced a course – And it was good .... – exploring biblically our responsibility for the environment. It arose from the work of the Bible in the Life of the Church project. Following the course two comments illustrate how it was received:
“The group really valued how it "began at the beginning" while also connecting with contemporary problems (e.g. global warming). We liked being able to know more about how the church worldwide was wrestling with these texts/ issues. And the creation theme was linked so strongly from week to week as to give a strong sense of coherence. The format was strong and clear. We enjoyed the closing liturgical element each week........
We particularly loved the prayers from far flung places in our Communion. In all, we found the course to be a challenging and energising experience leading us with some insights into Holy Week.”
The Anglican Communion Office still has five boxes of 125 copies of the course left and as we have already covered the costs of printing the course we are offering them to anyone who might like to think about using them for Lent 2013. We simply ask that you pay the shipping costs.
If you are interested in receiving some [minimum order of one box] or wanting more details then contact Stephen Lyon, the Coordinator of the Bible in the Life of the Church project at: firstname.lastname@example.org