The lectionary is intended to provide the church with a full and balanced reading plan for the entire Bible, and its texts have served as the basis for sermons, meditation, reflection, and personal devotions for millions of Christians around the world for almost 2,000 years.
The Lectionary Reflections Collection (2 Vols.) brings together Jane Williams’ widely read and much enjoyed Church Times columns on the lectionary. This collection offers Jane Williams’ reflections on the Sunday readings in the Revised Common Lectionary for Year A and Year B. Each section gives the lectionary references and provides a thought-provoking starting point for exploring the readings, drawing out points of connection between them.
Intelligently written in an engaging and inspiring style, Lectionary Reflections will prove invaluable in preparation for Sunday worship or for regular Bible study throughout the year. It will be of use to both individuals and groups for opening up the Bible and applying its rich teaching and stories.
Note: Lectionary Reflections: Year C is available from Logos as a separate volume.
- Brief reflections written for each Sunday
- Reflections on the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Ordinary Time, Lent, and Easter, and the time between Easter and Advent
- Devotionally written and easy to read
Praise for the Print Edition
The pieces here are intelligently written and useful for any preacher. . . . It is clear that Jane Williams is an engaging theologian.
—Kelvin Holdworth, Provost of St. Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, Scotland
Lectionary Reflections: Year A
- Publication Date: 2004
- Pages: 131
Lectionary Reflections: Year B
- Publication Date: 2005
- Pages: 129
- Title: Lectionary Reflections Collection
- Author: Jane Williams
- Publisher: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 260