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Easter A
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The Sunday readings of Easter, 2023

Studies prepared by Colin Dundon

Go here for From Fear to Witness, studies on the readings for the Sundays of Easter in Year A (Matthew) 2023.

The Sunday readings in Lent

Studies prepared by Colin Dundon

Go here for studies on the readings for each Sunday in Lent, in each the three years A (Matthew), B (Mark), and C (Luke), prepared by the Revd Dr Colin Dundon.

The studies are written by Colin to help us to engage more deeply with the readings that we hear Sunday-by-Sunday in churchd uring Lent.

The Psalms of Ascents

Our 2016 Lenten study was The Psalms of Ascents led by then Rector, Revd Dr Colin Dundon. The psalms have guided and inspired God's pilgrim people for two and a half millennia expressing their joy, praise, fears, laments, and trust. Journey with the ancient pilgrims' psalms for the Feast of Tabernacles, the Psalms of Ascent. Download the studies here.

God of Compassion

In 2020, we studied the book God of Compassion (pdf) prepared by the Public Issues Commission of our diocese. [God of Compassion: A Lenten Journey. Edited by Katy Nichols. Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn, 2020.]

For Love of the World

This series of five studies by Rebecca Newland and Linda Chapman considers the Christian response to climate change and asks what must we do as followers of Christ. The first step is repentance. After true repentance comes changed behaviour.

Addresses on the Liturgy

In three talks, our former rector, the Revd Dr Ray Williamson OAM, looks at the weekly service of holy communion — what we say and do, why, and what it means to us.

Reading in Worship

These notes from our Reading in Worship workshop give practical advice on how best to prepare and present a scripture reading in church service.