“Let Us Keep the Feast: Holy Week and Easter” – NOW AVAILABLE

Our regular readers will have seen our previous posts about the “Let Us Keep the Feast” series of booklets.  There’s one for Advent, one for Epiphany and Lent, and the third volume in the series for Holy Week and Easter is now available.  It’s been out in print for perhaps 1 – 2 weeks, and it is now available as an Ebook.

Jessica Snell, who blogs at Homemaking Through the Church Year, is the editor of this series.  You can find out more at her blog.

I highly recommend this as a simple resource with a good overview of the Liturgical seasons and lots of practical ideas and resources for how to celebrate the church year at home.

Here’s what Jessica writes:

 I’m happy to announce that in addition to being available in paperback, you can now purchase Let Us Keep the Feast: Holy Week and Easter as an e-book. You can buy it on Amazon for Kindle, and at the publisher’s website for Kindle and other e-pub formats – for only $1.99. Instant delivery, right in time for Holy Week.

Let Us Keep the Feast will show you ways to bring the rhythms of the church year into your own home, so that the celebration of the life of the church becomes part of your daily life. Pick up a copy today!

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2 Responses to “Let Us Keep the Feast: Holy Week and Easter” – NOW AVAILABLE

  1. […] “Let Us Keep the Feast: Holy Week and Easter” – NOW AVAILABLE […]

  2. […] Let Us Keep the Feast:  Holy Week and Easter edition – a short booklet with good resources for celebrating Eastertide as a family.  See also Jessica Snell’s blog “Homemaking through the Church Year” – especially her Church Year Resources section […]

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