Unity, School of Practical Christianity

Unity is a worldwide ministry, founded by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore in America in the late 19th century, after Myrtle, using affirmative prayer, experienced a profound healing.  Focusing on prayer and meditation, the study of the Bible metaphysically, and applying the teachings of Jesus, we, too, can and do transform our lives.  Unity has been in the UK since the 1920’s.  Today we produce the Daily Word, run Silent Unity, our prayer ministry, have centres and groups around the country, and lead retreats and teaching classes.  For a free copy of Daily Word, and more information, please call 01628 628915 quoting reference DW 108.


WATCH (Women and the Church) is campaigning to see women take their place alongside men as bishops and at every level in the Church of England. This requires the removal of current legal obstacles to the consecration of women as bishops. WATCH believes that the full equality of women and men in the Church is part of God’s will for his people, and reflects the inclusive heart of the Christian scripture and tradition.

Westar Institute

Westar Institute is a member-supported, non-profit research and educational institute dedicated to the advancement of religious literacy. Westar’s twofold mission is to foster collaborative research in religious studies and to communicate the results of the scholarship of religion to a broad, non-specialist public.

Wild Goose Resource Group

The Wild Goose Resource Group (WGRG) is a semi-autonomous project of the Iona Community. It consists of three resource workers - John Bell, Graham Maule and Jo Love. Based in Glasgow, the WGRG exists to enable and equip congregations and clergy in the shaping and creation of new forms of relevant, participative worship. This is our home page on the Iona Community site.

Wild Goose Resource Group

Over the last 30 years, the Wild Goose Resource Group (WGRG) have produced some of the most innovative resources for participative and relevant worship… songs, scripts, liturgies. They are pioneers in reclaiming a capella congregational singing and the introduction of songs from the world Church into UK church repertoires. This is their online Shop. It carries the widest available range of their publications, including such favourites as John L. Bell’s ‘10 Things they Never Told Me About Jesus’, ‘A Wee Worship Book’, the ‘Jesus & Peter’ dialogues and all the WGRG songbooks. Also free downloads, anthems, badges and Living The Questions DVD resources.

Worship Words

Worship Words provides resources that are intentionally inclusive, open-minded and of a Progressive Christian perspective.  Worship Words attempts to create a network of liturgists writing progressive resources.. The editor of Worship Words encourages the submission of original items.  Please use the submission form on the Worship Words website.  To contact the editor, Ana Gobledale, directly, write to worshipwordsmatter@gmail.com. 

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