Lenten Resources for Worship and Study

Forward Day by Day online forum- 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. https://prayer.forwardmovement.org/fdd

Forward Movement Podcasts Podcasts are a great way to add prayer and reflection to your daily spiritual practice. Listen on your morning walk, evening commute, or anywhere in between! Find Forward Movement’s podcasts anywhere you listen to podcasts, or click the links below to view their show page. For more information about podcasts that might be of interest, click here.

Lent Madness from Forward Movement – a great way to learn about the saints and engage in some jolly competition and lighten up your Lent. Lent Madness – You decide who wins the Golden Halo

The Brothers of the Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE, https://www.ssje.org/) offers a special Lenten program called “The Lord’s Prayer.”

The ERDF (Episcopal Relief and Development) meditations are on line and one can receive them in a daily email (). They are available as a downloadable pdf document. This year’s theme is “Who is My Neighbor.” https://www.episcopalrelief.org/church-in-action/lent/

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

The Lectionaryhttp://www.satucket.com/lectionary/

The Mission St. Clarehttps://www.missionstclare.com/english/.