Lenten Resources for Worship and Study

You are invited to a Holy Lent 2021 booklet containing various resources, including the Daily Office Readings and Daily Devotions for Lent

5-Minute Lent via Zoom Monday through Saturday evenings from 7:00-7:05 PM Five-Minute Lent begins on Thursday, February 18, and will run through Wednesday, March 31 (the day before Maundy Thursday). The series is called Expecting Life and will follow John 12 verse by verse. Everyone in the diocese is invited to these 5-minute evenings as a spiritual practice we can observe together. The Zoom link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82717703921?pwd=MGpHMHNVZGF0Vi9xSjl1dDNmc3hkZz09 Passcode: Lent

Forward Day by Day online forum (https://prayer.forwardmovement.org/ and on Facebook- a group of prayerful individuals tune in to read the readings, meditation and share their own reflections … a family of sorts and everyone has something powerful to share.

The Brothers of the Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE, https://www.ssje.org/) offers a special Lenten program called “Come Pray with Me.”

The ERDF (Episcopal Relief and Development) meditations are on line and one can receive them in a daily email (https://www.episcopalrelief.org/church-in-action/lent/). They are available as a downloadable pdf document. The site includes an invitation to meditate on the reflections daily and engage the “Four Steps of Lament: resting, reflecting, repenting and ultimately being restored to God and to one another.”

The Washington National Cathedral offers daily email meditations written by members of the Cathedral Staff. The Lent and Easter program will be available soon (https://cathedral.org/lent/). Check the daily morning prayer and meditation via YouTube and Facebook https://cathedral.org/worship/.

Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer podcasts from Forward Movement (https://
cms.megaphone.fm/channel/FDMV8366345804 and https://cms.megaphone.fm/
channel/FDMV2784874884); Forward Day by Day Podcast (https://
http://www.forwardmovement.org/Pages/Item/12306/Podcast.aspx). These are available on
most podcast platforms: “Available anywhere you listen to podcasts”.

Lent Madness from Forward Movement – a great way to learn about the saints and engage in some jolly competition and lighten up your Lent-https://www.lentmadness.org/category/lent-madness-2021/

The daily lectionaryhttp://www.satucket.com/lectionary/

Morning Prayer from Mission St. Clarehttps://www.missionstclare.com/english/. Episcopal and Anglican churches worldwide offer Morning Prayer or Evening Prayer or Compline through their Facebook pages and YouTube channels