S 66 Making the Most of Communion


A reflection for the lay person on how the communion service nourishes faith and connects with daily life, by considering the different parts of the service, its origins in the New Testament, its relation to Christian growth and nurture, and the different ways the service has been understood down the years. Includes questions for further thought.

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Author: Revd Liz Culling

Revd Liz Culling is ordained and tutors at Cranmer Hall. A special interest in spiritual dirction is nourished by writing for the Church of England Newspaper, parenting a three-year-old and recently training as a life coach.

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Author: Liz Hoare

Liz Hoare (née Culling) teaches Christian spirituality at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford. She has over 16 years of experience in rural ministry and has a special interest in spiritual direction. Liz is married to Toddy and they have one son, age 7, who has enabled them both to delight afresh in the grace and wonder of God. Liz's varied interests include reading novels, baking cakes and enjoying creation with the help of two dogs and a child.

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