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A Jesus Easter

  • Pub Date 01/02/2022
  • Author Barbara Reaoch

Celebrate the awesome, life-changing events of Easter with this family devotional


Another story must begin

  • Pub Date 01/12/2013
  • Author Jonathan Meyer

A Lent course based on Victor Hugo's Les Misérables.


Beautiful friendship A

  • Pub Date 01/11/2014
  • Author Paul Kerensa & Zoe Young

A Lent course based on the classic movie Casablanca.


Caring for Creation (York Course 2021)

    The human race is facing its greatest challenge: the threat to the environment and climate change. Faith in our Creator God should enable us to see what is actually happening.


    Christ and the Chocolaterie

    • Author Hilary Brand

    An original, innovative and lively Lent course inspired by the film Chocolat


    Exploring the void

    • Author Nicolas Calver

    Exploring the Void is a Lent course based on the internationally-acclaimed film Touching the Void.


    Feast or famine

    • Pub Date 01/11/2017
    • Author Simon Barrow

    How the Gospel challenges austerity - a five-week Ekklesia Lent course for groups and individuals


    Finding a voice

    • Pub Date 01/12/2011
    • Author Hilary Brand

    Brilliant five week Lent course for individuals and groups, based on the Oscar-winning film 'The King's Speech'.


    From now on

    • Author Rachel Mann

    A Lent Course on Hope and Redemption in The Greatest Showman


    From now on - children's edition

    • Pub Date 01/01/2020
    • Author Lindsay Taylor Rebecca Castle

    A Bible course for youth, church, school and holiday groups based on the 2017 film The Greatest Showman.


    God has no favourites

    • Pub Date 31/01/2022

    Your Courses Lent course for 2022 containing 1 book, 1 CD and 1 transcript of the audio CD


    God has no favourites - CD

    • Pub Date 31/01/2022

    Audio CD to accompany York Courses' 2022 Lent course God has no favourites