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Pentecost Resources LAUNCHED1 month ago
ReSource launches a series of e-sermons for online worship, along with 'The Empowering Spirit', a six-week Home Group Study Series
ReSource is delighted to anounce the launch of an eight part series of ten minute e-sermons for use in online acts of worship. We are also publishing a home group study course on the person and work of the Holy Spirit, available free of charge from this website. Both resources are suitable for churches to use in the weeks following Pentecost, but can also be used throughout the year.
The Revd Dr Christopher Landau from St Aldates, Oxford preaches the first e-sermon for Pentecost Sunday, accompanied by study notes for use by groups or for personal use. ReSource's Director, Kevin Roberts, will be posting a sermon for Trinity Sunday.
Then from Wednesday 10 June we will be posting 6 further sermons focussing on the person and work of the Holy Spirit. These can either be used in two mini-series, one specifically asking what the Spirit is saying to the Churches during these difficult and church-changing days of the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown. Or the sermons can be used separately at any time of year. They are all accompanied by study questions, for group or individual use.
We are also delighted to be publishing on the website a six week home group study course, under the title 'The Empowering Spirit', written by Canon Alan Bing, Rector of Ulverston. The course material is suitable for Zoom groups meeting remotely during the coronavirus lockdown, and can be downloaded from this website entirely free of charge. It is also suitable for personal study. Each course unit focusses on an aspect of the work of the Holy Spirit, which makes it perfect for use in the weeks after Pentecost.
The Director of ReSource says "we are thrilled to be able to offer these two high quality resources to churches for the season of Pentecost. We are praying that God will use them to lead churches and individuals into a deep encounter with the love and power of the Holy Spirit, and increase our openness to the Spirit's transforming, kingdom-bringing presence in the world."
Enabling little, local and ordinary churches to engage with the Holy Spirit for renewal, discipleship and mission.