Which came first? Did Mary find out before Joseph? Did the Herod go berserk before or after the wise men sneak off? The greatest story ever told. Or at least the start of it. From angels to murderers, sheep to gold not to mention God becomming a human baby, this famous story’s got everything but can you remember the right order.
You may have pitted your wits against the Spanish Inquisition in our regular pub quiz – this Christmas we invite you to stamp the snow off your shoes, grab an Eggnog by the fire and put your Yuletide knowledge to the test.
Follow the three days of Easter with icons, meditations and a simple walk-through prayer exercise which you can do sitting at your computer.
From Good Friday to Easter Sunday… follow the three days of Easter by looking at three pictures from the Eastern Church. These pages also include a simple walk-through prayer exercise for each of the three days, which you can do at your computer.
Jesus is one of the most argued-over people in history. The question of who Jesus was debated by the Christian church for several centuries, and after 2,000 years the question is still as fresh as ever.
Feeling confident? Play the Pub Quiz at Spanish Inquisition level. Feeling nervous? Try Sunday School level… For each level you choose there are three sets of questions. You will be given a random selection.
What were the last words of Jesus? What did he say to his friends and enemies in the last hours of his life? And what do they tell us about the meaning of his life… and his death?
Designed and animated by Bruce Stanley.
Meditations by Martin Wroe.
N.B This content is only available online here.
This is the place where you can post a prayer for others to read, and take time to pray for other people who have posted here. Now you can even ‘amen’ a prayer left by someone else.
This module uses flash, you can download it here.
Created by Bruce Stanley
The rejesus daily prayer has been written for anyone to use who has no experience whatsoever with prayer, regular or otherwise. From it you can get ideas about different aspects of prayer and it could give you a taste of where a prayer life could lead.
Written and designed by Bruce Stanley
Different traditions stress different aspects of Jesus. In this module immerse yourself in four distinct experiences to investigate these aspects for yourself. Designed by Bruce Stanley.
This is an online translation of the Cathedral Labyrinth created by London alternative worship groups Grace, LOPE, and Epicentre. The original is described as ‘an interactive installation for spiritual journeys’. It consists of a pathway mapped out on the floor for visitors to follow. During this journey participants pause and listen to a piece of music and a meditation. They also undertake some symbolic action or ritual.
Rejesus is looking for new content contributors: artists, writers, thinkers, coders, film makers, creatives. If you have a great proposal get in contact.
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