Advent and Christmas Books in the Library

We have lots of resources in the library to help you celebrate and reflect on Advent  and Christmas.  These are just a few of the books you might like.  Click on the title to go to the catalogue record.

LEWIN, Ann, Come Emmanuel. Approaching Advent, Living with Christmas (Norwich: Canterbury, 2012).
MCDOWELL, Hilary, On the Way to Bethlehem (Oxford: The Bible Reading Fellowship, 1998).
THOMSON, David, Christmas by Candlelight : Readings and Reflections From Advent to Epiphany (Milton Keynes: Authentic, 2006).
VERMèS, Géza, The Nativity : History and Legend (London: Penguin, 2006).
BARTLETT, David L and Barbara Brown TAYLOR, eds, Feasting on the Word: Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary. Year a, Volume 1, Preaching the Revised Common Lectionary, 1 (Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 2010).
 Watch for the Light: Readings for Advent and Christmas (Farmington (PA): Plough Publishing House, 2001).
BORG, Marcus J. and John Dominic CROSSAN, The First Christmas : What the Gospels Really Teach About Jesus’s Birth (London: SPCK, 2008).
COTTER, Jim, and others, Darkness Yielding : Liturgies, Prayers and Reflections for Advent, Christmas, Holy Week and Easter (Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2007).
DUNCAN, Geoffrey, Shine on, Star of Bethlehem : A Worship Resource for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, 3rd edn (Norwich: Canterbury, 2004).
GOODER, Paula, Journey to the Manger: Exploring the Birth of Jesus (Norwich: Canterbury, 2015).
GOODER, Paula, The Meaning is in the Waiting: The Spirit of Advent (Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2008).
GRAYSTONE, Ruth, Reviving Advent, Reclaiming Christmas, Grove Spirituality, S134 (Cambridge: Grove books, 2015).
GREY, Mary C., The Advent of Peace : A Gospel Journey to Christmas (London: SPCK, 2010).
HORTON, Jacqui and Susanna GUNNER, Hosting Mary and Joseph : Posada: An Advent Experience for Your Community (Cambridge: Grove books, 2016).
LEONARD, Chris, The Heart of Christmas : Daily Readings and Reflections From Advent to Epiphany (Oxford: The Bible Reading Fellowship, 2001).
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