a couple of catch-ups

The downloads this month from Proost include a simply stunning album by Pádraig O’Tuama called ‘Hymns to swear by’. One of my all-time best Greenbelt moments was a few years ago, late on a saturday night, listening to Pád singing ‘I found my home in babylon…’ during the ikon service – in fact, it would…

nine

I talked about this briefly in a recent post, but i didn’t want it to get lost … Proost have released an amazing collection of movies and music based around the traditional service of 9 lessons and carols for advent and christmas. It’s a whole christmas service, and it costs less than A$25 to download!…

books in the bookshop

Proost’s Pocket Liturgies have made their way into Unichurch bookshop downstairs – there are copies of a number of them for sale, including the ‘Hold This Space’ book [i must say that both the Grace and Sanctuary books saved my sanity a couple of weeks ago when i was preparing something at the last minute…]…

in print

I’m delighted [and honoured] that Proost have just published a book of liturgies and reflections that have emerged from this project, as part of their Pocket Liturgies series. The book’s called “Hold This Space”, and can be bought as a hardcopy or download through the Proost site – or if you’re in Melbourne, through Unichurch…

proost

i subscribed to Proost at Greenbelt, mostly because i thought it was a great idea – i love that jonny and jon have created a way of sharing resources amongst alt worshipping communities which is accessible, directed by those who are committed to and involved in alt worship, and not dominated by the whimsies and…