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Crumbs of Hope is a unique collection of prayers and poems.
The authors suggest that worship in the inner city can be a source of hope
and inspiration for all.
Not afraid to face the harsh realities of urban life, Crumbs of Hope
celebrates the joy of Christian community and the presence of God in the
most unexpected places
The prayers are inspired by the symbols of the Eucharist and shaped by
rapidly changing terraced streets. In a post-modern, post-industrial, and
increasingly global landscape, we are taken on a playful journey from the
shattered peace of much contemporary life towards the resurrected dream of
Written with poignant humour which will appeal to individuals, groups and
congregations, the reader is encouraged to adapt the material to reflect
their own community's stories, to incorporate current events and to be
inspired to write their own prayers and Eucharists.
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This book is a feast of hope. Here is a down-to-earth resource
for active compassion in a torn world. Act on 'How Can We?' (page 53). Spin
Dreams (page 70). Act and Celebrate with people in your church, the
shopping mall, your family, friends and global neighbours so that people
may live freely.
- Geoff Duncan, Writer and Editor
Clare McBeath and Tim Presswood are ministers of the United
Baptist Tabernacle, Openshaw (or Mersey Street as it is more commonly
known) and are engaged in community regeneration in East Manchester.
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Book Description Inspire, 2006. Paperback. Condition: Used; Good. Seller Inventory # 2533235