The URC Prayer Handbook 2024: Full To The Brim

Last Updated on 12 September 2023 by Ann-Marie Nye

The book is edited by the Revd Stephen Ansa-Addo and the Revd Sue McCoan, and its themes of fullness and emptiness run throughout the Bible.
The prayers gathered in this book speak of different kinds of fullness – fullness of blessing, fullness of being too busy – and of the need, sometimes, to empty ourselves in order to be filled afresh.

The first section follows the lectionary, with a prayer based on one or more of the set readings for each week. For the second section, people were invited to interpret the idea of ‘full to the brim’ in whatever way resonated with them.

This section has been subdivided into prayers that could be used in public worship, and those that seem more suited to personal devotion.

“It is our hope that, in reading these prayers, you might make connections with your own need for fullness, and what you might need to let go to make space,” said Stephen and Sue.

“Above all, we hope that you will find yourself refreshed and nourished.”

Full To The Brim is available in two sizes: A5 standard and A4 lectern, £5.99 and £11.99 +p&p respectively.

Order your copy of Full To The Brim, The URC 2024 Prayer Handbook.


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