The Golden Rule

One verse in the Bible which is still widely known (even if it is often misquoted) is our “Golden Rule”: “In everything do to others as you would have them do to you.” Richard Browning, from the Schools’ Office in Brisbane, has put together a full term of chapel services exploring this “Rule” from numerous angles: through the lens of character, hypocrisy, our neighbour as one to love, as a stranger, as creation, as our enemy.

Creative, challenging, biblical – there is a wealth of ideas here for you to use and shape for your own context.

Find links to each service here.

While you’re on the theme of loving others, remember the beautiful idea St Mark’s Church School had of asking students to write haiku based around the story of the Good Samaritan.

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