Labyrinths are an ancient archetype dating back 4, years or more, used symbolically, as a walking meditation, choreographed dance, or site of rituals and ceremony, among other things. Labyrinths are tools for personal, psychological and spiritual transformation, also thought to enhance right-brain activity. Labyrinths evoke metaphor, sacred geometry, spiritual pilgrimage, religious practice, mindfulness, environmental art, and community building. It aims to help every local church create a place where people can explore the Christian faith together and see how it can be lived out each day.
This prayer book presents a variety of images of God by including inclusive and expansive language for and about God, and it presents a variety of words by including poetry, meditation and prayers from the broader community of faith. Serve-personal and parish opportunities for learning and putting faith into action.
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This fresh collection of group readings and simple dramas based on stories from Scripture, together with meditations, storytelling methodology and an instructed Eucharist, will help church leaders design liturgy for children and grownups who worship together. Seasonal Introductions: Themes and ideas for each liturgical season including collects, confessions, etc. Meditations: Quiet, imaginative reflections on scripture, or water, or fire, that lead listeners deep inside themselves, even at worship.
Stories: biblical stories told very colorfully and simply, sometimes in the first person of a character in the story. Simple Sermons: simple, colorful, soulful, short sermons that even grownups can sit still for. Resources for your spiritual journey Perhaps you are looking for ways to deepen your spiritual journey, or that of your family.
Check out these family resources for Lent by clicking here. God in Your Daily Life How can we see God and the sacred in the rhythms and practices of everyday life? Find a comfortable place where you can secure ten or fifteen quiet minutes. Close your eyes and relax your body. Review the events and experiences of the day with gratitude to understand how God is acting in your life. Move through the day as if you were watching it on video. Pay attention to the feelings that your experiences evoke. Every Person who within the Town keeps or acts in the Management of any House or Place for the Purpose of fighting, baiting, or worrying any Animals, shall be liable to a Penalty of not more than Five Pounds, or, in the Discretion of the Magistrate before whom he is convicted, to Imprisonment, with or without Hard Labour, for a Time not exceeding One Month; and the Commissioners may, by Order in Writing, authorize the Officer of Police, with such Constables as he thinks necessary, to enter any Premises kept or used for any of the Purposes aforesaid, and take into Custody all Persons found therein without lawful Excuse, and every Person so found shall be liable to a Penalty not exceeding Five Shillings; and a Conviction for this Offence shall not exempt the Owner, Keeper, or Manager of any such House, Room, Pit, or Place from any penal Consequence to which he is liable for the Nuisance there by occasioned.
And be it enacted, That all Thimblers, loaded Dice Players, and other Swindlers of that or any similar Description, who shall be found in possession of Implements or Articles for practising Games of Hazard, or who shall exhibit such Implements or Articles in order to induce or who shall induce any Person to play at any Game of Hazard, or who by any fraudulent Art or Device shall cozen, cheat, or attempt to cozen or cheat any Person, may be convicted before a Justice on the Testimony of One or more Witness or Witnesses, and on Conviction shall be imprisoned for any Term not exceeding Thirty Days, and shall also at the same Time be sentenced to repay any Money or restore any Property which they may have obtained by means of any such Offence, and failing such Payment or Restoration may under the same Procedure be committed to or detained in Prison for any further Term not exceeding Thirty Days.
And with respect to public Bathing, be it enacted as follows:. For fixing the Stands of Bathing Machines on the Seashore or Strand, and the Limits within which Persons of each Sex shall be set down for bathing, and within which Persons shall bathe:.
For regulating the Occupation of such Stands of Bathing Machines, and apportioning the game temporarily among the Owners of such Machines for the Time:. For preventing any indecent Exposure of the Persons of the Bathers:. For regulating the Manner in which and the Times at which the Bathing Machines shall be used, and the Charges to be made for the same:.
For ensuring that the Bathing Machines shall be kept in a proper State of Repair:.
For regulating the Distance at which Boats and Vessels let to hire for the Purpose of sailing or rowing for Pleasure shall be kept from Persons bathing within such prescribed Limits. And with respect to Hackney Carriages, be it enacted as follows:. Persons applying for Licence to sign a Requisition for same. Licence to be in force for One Year only. Penalty for plying for Hire without a Licence. So often as any Person named in any such Licence as the Proprietor or One of the Proprietors changes his Place of Abode, he shall, within Seven Days next after such Change, give Notice thereof in Writing, signed by him, to the Commissioners, specifying in such Notice his new Place of Abode; and he shall at the same Time produce such Licence at the Office of the Commissioners, who shall, by their Clerk, or some other Officer, endorse thereon and sign a Memorandum specifying the Particulars of such Change; and any Person named in any such Licence as the Proprietor or One of the Proprietors of any Hackney Carriage, who changes his Place of Abode, and neglects or wilfully omits to give Notice of such Change, or to produce such Licence in order that such Memorandum as aforesaid may be endorsed thereon, as directed by this Act, shall be liable to a Penalty not exceeding Forty Shillings.
Penalty on Drivers acting without Licence. Licences to be suspended or revoked for Misconduct.
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Number of Persons to be carried in a Hackney Carriage to be painted thereon. Penalty for Neglect or for Refusal to carry the prescribed Number. Penalty on Driver for refusing to drive. Penalty for demanding more than the Sum agreed for, though less than the legal Fare. Agreement to pay more than the legal Fare not to be binding. Sum beyond the proper Fare may be recovered. Overcharge to be included in Conviction, and returned to aggrieved Party.
Improperly standing with Carriage, refusing to give way to, or obstructing any other Driver, or depriving him of his Fare. Damage done by Driver may be recovered from the Proprietor. Penalty for leaving Carriages unattended at Places of public Resort. If the Driver of any Hackney Carriage leave it in any Street, or at any Place of public Resort or Entertainment, without some one proper to take care of it, any Constable may drive away such Hackney Carriage, and deposit it at some neighbouring Livery Stable or other Place of safe Custody; and such Driver shall be liable to a Penalty not exceeding Twenty Shillings for such Offence; and in default of Payment of the said Penalty upon Conviction, and of the Expenses of taking and keeping the said Hackney Carriage and Horse or Horses, the same, or any of them, shall be sold by Order of the Justice before whom such Conviction is made; and after deducting from the Produce of such Sale the Amount of the said Penalty, and of all Costs and Expenses, as well of the Proceedings before such Justice as of the taking, keeping, and Sale of such Hackney Carriage, and of such Horse or Horses, the Surplus if any of the said Produce shall be paid to the Proprietor of such Hackney Carriage.
If any Person refuse to pay, on Demand, to any Proprietor or Driver of any Hackney Carriage, the Fare allowed by any Byelaw made under this Act, such Fare may, together with Costs, be recovered before a Justice as a Penalty; and any Person using any Hackney Carriage plying under a Licence granted by virtue of this Act who wilfully injures the same shall for every such Offence be liable to a Penalty not exceeding Five Pounds, and shall also pay to the Proprietor of such Hackney Carriage reasonable Satisfaction for the Damage sustained by the same; and such Satisfaction shall be ascertained by the Justice before whom the Conviction takes place, and shall be recovered by the same Means as the Penalty.
Commissioners may make Byelaws for regulating Hackney Carriages. The Commissioners may from Time to Time subject to the Restrictions of this Act make Byelaws for all or any of the Purposes following; that is to say,. For regulating the Conduct of the Proprietors and Drivers of Hackney Carriages plying within such prescribed Distance in their several Employments, and for regulating the Conduct of the Owners and Boatmen of Boats plying for Hire, and determining whether such Drivers and Boatmen shall wear any and what Badges, and for regulating the Hours within which they may exercise their Calling:.
For regulating the Manner in which the Number of each Carriage, corresponding with the Number of its Licence, shall be displayed:. For regulating the Number of Persons to be carried by Hackney Carriages and Boats, and in what Manner such Number is to be shown on such Carriage and Boats, and what Number of Horses or other Animals is to draw such Carriage, and the placing of Check-strings to the Carriages, and the holding of the same by the Driver, and how Hackney Carriages and Boats are to be furnished or provided:.
For fixing the Stands of Hackney Carriages, and the Distance to which they may be compelled to take Passengers, not exceeding such prescribed Distance:. For fixing the Rates or Fares, as well for Time as Distance, to be paid for Hackney Carriages and Boats plying for Hire for the Carriage of Passengers within such prescribed Distance, and for securing the due Publication of such Fares:.
For securing the safe Custody and Re-delivery of any Property accidentally left in Hackney Carriages and Boats, and fixing the Charges to be made in respect thereof:.
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For licensing Porters, and regulating their Fares. Penalty for harbouring Constables during the Hours of Duty. And with respect to legal Proceedings, be it enacted as follows:. Justices, though Commissioners, may act under this Act. Penalty on Persons giving false Evidence. Every Person who, upon any Examination upon Oath under the Provisions of this Act, shall wilfully give false Evidence, shall be liable to Punishment for Perjury.
Common Informers not to sue without Consent of Attorney General. Mode of describing Property of Commissioners. Clerk to be reimbursed Expenses and Costs. No Rate nor any Proceeding to be had touching the Conviction of any Offender against this Act, nor any Order, Award, or other Matter or Thing whatsoever, made, done, or transacted in or relating to the Execution of this Act, shall be vacated, quashed, or set aside for Want of Form, or be removed or removable by Certiorari or other Writ or Process whatsoever into any of the Superior Courts.
Persons acting in execution of Act not to be personally liable. Public Libraries Acts and incorporated with this Act. This Act shall extend only to Ireland ; and nothing herein contained shall extend to or affect the Cities of Dublin, Cork, Limerick , and Londonderry , and Town of Belfast. Notice is hereby given, That in virtue of the Powers contained in an Act of Parliament passed in the Session holden in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Years of the Reign of.
Form of the Book to be used in the Elections of Commissioners. Names and Designations of Commissioners voted for. Qualifications of Electors. Signatures of Electors. Learn more about cookies and how to manage them. Permanent Page URL. Short Title of this Act. Notice of such Meeting, when and how to be given.
Chairman to declare the Determination of the Meeting. Majority sufficient. Poll Books to be provided XI. State of Poll to be ascertained and declared. Meetings for Adoption of 9 G. Qualification of Electors at Elections of Commissioners. Day for Election of Commissioners.
And with respect to the Qualification of Commissioners, be it enacted as follows: Qualification of Commissioners. Incorporation Clause. And with respect to the Meetings and other Proceedings of the Commissioners, be it enacted as follows: First Meeting of Commissioners. Statutory Meetings. Meetings of Commissioners. And with respect to the Chairman of the Commissioners, be it enacted as follows: Chairman to be a Justice of the Peace for the Purposes of the Act. And with respect to the Duties of such Commissioner so selected as aforesaid, to have the Jurisdiction and Authority of a Justice of the Peace, be it enacted as follows: Commissioners to provide suitable Court House, and proper Officer to act as Clerk XXX.
And with respect to the Officers to be appointed by the Commissioners, be it enacted as follows: Officers: Proviso as to Approval. And with respect to Plans of Towns, and of the Works to be executed under the Powers of this Act, be it enacted as follows: Surveys and Plans. And with respect to paving and maintaining the Streets, be it enacted as follows: Paving Incorporation Clause. And with respect to laying out new Streets, be it enacted as follows: New Streets Incorporation Clause.
And with respect to Objections to Works to be constructed by or subject to the Approval of the Commissioners, be it enacted as follows: Objections to Works. And with respect to the Construction of Houses for Prevention of Fire, be it enacted as follows: Party Walls to be carried up through the Roof. And with respect to supplying Buildings with fresh Air, be it enacted as follows: Ventilation.
And with respect to the lighting of Towns, be it enacted as follows: Commissioners may contract for lighting Streets. Service Pipes to be laid by Owners. And with respect to Things to be done by the Commissioners by special Order only, and with respect to Clocks, and with respect to Entry by the Commissioners or their Officers in execution of this Act, and with respect to ensuring the Execution of the Works by this Act required to be done by the Owners or Occupiers of Houses or Lands, be it enacted as follows: Special Order; Clocks; Entry of Commissioners; Execution of Works.
And with respect to the Sale of Gunpowder, be it enacted as follows: Regulations as to Gunpowder. Byelaws to be confirmed. A History of Messy Rooms. Approximately 10 minutes running time. An historical comedy about bed-making written by Wade Bradford. Terri and the Turkey. A Thanksgiving comedy about the perils of being a turkey written by Wade Bradford. Pirate Treasure. A comedy for young performers written by Andy Pavey. The Pirates and the Monster. Best for ages A monster tries to outsmart a band of pirates.
Why Pig Likes the Mud. A germaphobic barnyard comedy written by Evan Baughfman. Sally the Stone. A play about kindness written by Sally Schnarr and Ken Urso. The Amazing Rat. A sci-fi rodent comedy written by Evan Baughfman. Flexible cast. Approximately 6 minutes long. A girl has a strange experience when she falls into a pool. A short play for children about a very special birthday gift written by Phyllis J.
The Lost Teddy Bear. A short play for children by Evan Guilford-Blake. The Velveteen Rabbit. An adaptation about a well-loved stuffed animal written by Andy Pavey. A short play for children about a pirate adventure written by Phyllis J. Three Sticks. In the Cave. A short play for children about a spooky hiking trip written by Phyllis J. Lost and Found.
A short play for children about disorganization written by Phyllis J. Whole Class Plays. The Monsters of Hodgepodge Forest. Original monster-themed play best suited for ages Weird World of Weather. A comedy for children about the unpredictability of the weather by Barbara Henderson. Original pirate-themed play best suited for ages Plays for Smaller Groups.
The Selfish Giant.
Ten minutes long. Best suited for ages , however, this story is really ageless and may be performed by children all the way up to adults. Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening. Approximately five-minutes long. Humorous re-telling of the classic Lewis Carroll poem. The Man Who Loved Clocks. Approximately 7 minutes long. A twisted narrator brings a play to life in real-time.
Narrator Gone Bad. The Lemunion Tree. A drama for children ages 10 and older written by Cynthia Morrison. The Heart of Puzzlania. Short script that teaches tolerance and the value of diversity. For ages 11 and up.
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