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Christmas is a a time for Singing and Carols and many of us like to watch signed Christmas Carols
Enjoy Some Videos put on You Tube by the Deaf Clergy GroupRead more: Christmas Songs
AFRICA - Building Deaf Bible Translation and Training Center in Kenya (on-going)
D.O.O.R. International is in the process of building a DEAF BIBLE TRANSLATION AND TRAINING CENTER just outside Nairobi, Kenya. A place where DOOR can develop, research and apply translation tools in a Deaf setting. The center will be able to facilitate 8 to 10 different sign language translation to be worked on at the same time. DOOR is encouraging and inviting "work teams" to come and help Wycliffe Associates build this facility. For more information, contact DOOR International.Sign language is the heart language of millions of Deaf people around the world. The sign languages of various countries are rich, vibrant, complex languages with essentially no written form. The spoken and written language of the country is usually Deaf people's second language, and most core Deaf people never develop fluency or effective literacy in it. So for over two millenium, most Deaf people have had no Bible in their own language.Read more: Bible Translation Round the World
Here are a selection of websites and links to help you in preparing to lead worship or Preach. Thanks to the clergy of the Diocese of Derby who collected most of them. If you have any other favourites let us know.
LITURGY AND WORSHIP
CHILDREN AND ALL AGE WORSHIP AND ASSEMBLIES.
JOKES AND FUN
PICTURES AND IMAGES
This resource sheet has been prepared by the Rev Mark Smith, Chaplain with Deaf people in the Diocese of Derby to provide guidance for those working with a BSL Interpreter in Church Services, meetings and special occasions like wedings and funerals.
Read more: Working with a Sign Language Interpreter In Church