Hide This in Your Heart by Michael Frost and Graham Joseph Hill, NavPress 2020
Arusha Call to Discipleship Study
In March 2018, the World Council of Churches’ Conference on World Mission and Evangelism, meeting in Arusha, Tanzania, issued the Arusha Call to Discipleship. Our own national church General Synod in 2019 passed a resolution (A-129) that we affirm the Arusha Call; encourage bodies within the General Synod to integrate this call into the guiding principles of baptismal living for the shaping of national ministries; and commend the Arusha Call to dioceses for study and inclusion in their considerations of evangelism, witness and discipleship.
For further reference, our page includes the NBAnglican series on the twelve specific calls.
Provided through the blog Sustainable Ways by the Rev. Jonathan Hallewell, incumbent in the Parish of Renforth, and sustainability advocate. Reflections are also available through Facebook.
Hope for Hard Times - Lenten Talks with Bishop Bill Hockin and Friends
Video recordings of talks by Bishop Bill Hockin, Canon Albert Snelgrove and the Rev. Dr. Barry Craig will be released on YouTube at noon on Mondays in March, starting March 8.
History of the Engish Reformation - video series by the Rev. Dr. Canon Ross Hebb
A series of six short videos outlining the events of the Reformation as it occurred in England. Designed for the interested lay person, this series traces the momentous events which transformed the religious landscape of a nation.
BibleProject is a nonprofit ed-tech organization and animation studio that produces 100% free Bible videos, podcasts, blogs, classes, and educational Bible resources to help make the biblical story accessible to everyone, everywhere. Try these series for Lent:
Revive Lent from the Forward Movement
A supplemental seasonal resource for adapting Revive: Equipping Lay Leaders to be Spiritual Leaders for Lent. Six sessions, complete with outlines, video instruction, devotional practices and discussion starters are provided for small groups that want to grow in intimacy with God as followers of Jesus.
Liturgy of the Ordinary by Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren, IVP 2016
In overlooked moments and routines, we can become aware of God's presence in surprising ways. How do we embrace the sacred in the ordinary and the ordinary in the sacred? Each chapter looks at something that the author does during the day. Life is viewed through the lens of liturgy - small practices and habits that form us.
A limited number of copies are available from the Synod office - contact Cheryl
During Lent 2020, the Society will explore the riches of our worship traditions, liturgy and sacraments, and the art and architecture of our worship spaces, revealing the full meaning of these signs, deepening our experience of Christian vocation and guiding us toward ongoing conversion.
12 Neighbours video and discussion series
What does it mean to be a neighbour? Learn the 5 practical keys to really loving your neighbor, and deepen your own experience of the full life.
While this resource can be used on one’s own, the church is about relationship and walking in faith together; so you are encouraged to join, or form, a parish or neighbourhood group. It is recognized that you may have already begun to form these habits, so we invite you to revisit what has changed and to share your experiences. Please also tailor the questions to your context.
Each format is designed to be printed on card stock, double-sided on the short edge.
For video links and other Surprise the World resources, visit the BELLS page.
Lent in Three Minutes video by Busted Halo
More resources at the Anglican Church of Canada Lent resource page.