Doorways to the Sacred: Developing Sacramentality in Fresh Expressions of Church - Ancient Faith, Future Mission (Paperback)
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Doorways to the Sacred: Developing Sacramentality in Fresh Expressions of Church - Ancient Faith, Future Mission (Paperback)

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Fresh Expressions of Church are key aspect of mission strategy for many denominations in the UK and beyond. Here, a stellar line-up of writers explores the central question of how Fresh Expressions turn from mission projects into authentic forms of church, developing a sacramental life of their own. Chapters include: * Lucy Moore on Messy Church and Holy Communion * Graham Cray on the sacraments for the unchurched * Jonathan Clark on baptism and mission * John Drane on seeing the world as sacramental * Sue Wallace on the sacramentality of sacred space * Reagan Humber (pastor at Nadia-Bolz Weber's church) on liturgy and evangelism * Adrian Chatfield on healing

Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
ISBN: 9781848259515
Number of pages: 192
Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm

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