Lent

THEME: SEEING . . . DIFFERENTLY

 

Scheduled Events

Wed, March 1st, Ash Weds services: noon and 7pm >

Sun March 5th,  5pm  Interfaith Women’s Jazz Vespers to celebrate International Women’s Day.

Rabbi Melanie Aron, Dr. Maha Elgenaidi and Rev. Dr. Liliana DaValle reflect on 'Sanctuary and Solidarity' from Jewish, Muslim and Christian traditions. Refreshments afterwards and an opportunity to continue the conversations in smaller groups

Sun March 19:  12.30 -1.30 Messy Art with Jani Wild and Mair Dundon:

Seeing... Differently can mean that our lives are in the Messy Middle, filled with much that is in progress, incomplete or downright broken. Celebrate and find joy in the chaos with Messy Art. No skills or experience necessary!

Sat, March 25:  9.30 -12.30 pm Joy Hayter:  Quiet Morning

Need a peace break? Come and practice the activism of letting God evolve us into who we were meant to be, with centering prayer, time for reflection and/or journaling. No experience necessary.

Sun, April 2:    12.30 -1.30 Messy Art

Sun, April 9   Palm Sunday:  Liturgy of the Palms with Cry of the Congregation

Holy Week:

6.30pm: Weds soup supper ;

     7:15pm: Q &A and discussion, to overview what we have learned in Lent and how it applies in our lives.

Wed, April 12  (no soup supper)

Thurs, April 13, 7:30pm: Maundy Thursday and Foot Washing

Fri, April 14, Good Friday: 12 -2pm; - 3pm;  labyrinth

       7 pm Stations of the Cross, intergenerational

Sat, April 15, 8:00pm Easter Vigil; flashnight scavenger hunt for youth

Sun, April 16, Easter Sunday: 8:00am; 10:30am;

 Easter Brunch between services; Easter Egg hunt:  9:45am

ONLINE DAILY REFLECTIONS

Sign up for a daily email from Episcopal Relief & Development: 
episcopalrelief.org/lent

SSJE  daily email:     http://ssje.org/ssje/5marksoflove/

Facebook  version of Green Anglicans Cargo Fast:  facebook.com/GreenAnglicans#justwater2017
 

LENT MADNESS!

For those who like to learn about saints, both well known and lesser known quirky saints, the Lent Madness tradition is a must! 

Vote for your favorite saint each day, along with thousands of others across the country, and see which saint wins the Golden Halo at the end of Lent!  Sign up

COLORING!

Lenten coloring calendars from praying in color:
http://prayingincolor.com/lenten-calendar-templates-2017

Green Anglicans worldwide, colorful calendar with thoughts/actions daily in lent: 
greenanglicans.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Carbon-Fast-Lent-2017.pdf

FOR YOUTH AND FAMILIES

For youth:  d365.org

For children and families:
Lenten calendar for kids, available in English and other languages:
catholicicing.com/printable-lenten-calendar-for-kids/

Make your own Lent in a bag: 
http://www.buildfaith.org/2013/02/08/lent-in-a-bag/

Create Lent in the home (scripture, meditations and activity suggestion): 
candlepress.com/products/180-lent-our-way.aspx4
 

 

 

Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey of faith, you are welcome here.