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Gathering up the Crumbs Recording

For our webinar on Wednesday 6 May, we explored a new anthology of worship resources, ‘Gathering up the Crumbs.’

This has just been published in celebration of the centenary of the ordination and accreditation of women as Baptist ministers throughout the British Isles. Pat Took was in conversation with some of the women who wrote and edited this collection, to discover how it came about and how it celebrates the diversity of women’s experiences, and learn more about how we might use or adapt these prayers, liturgies, poems and reflections for our own context, or indeed, be inspired to create our own new material.

We thank Pat Took, Catriona Gorton, Gale Richards and Claire Nicholls for contributing to the webinar.

To view the webinar click here

To purchase the book click here

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