Lent Wednesday Soup Supper. Join us at 6:30 pm for soup and discussion.  We need a few more soup makers.  If you are not a soup maker, we ask you to please bring an item if you are able according to the grid. 7:15 pm-8:30 pm:  Clergy will present a summary of the previous Sunday morning forum, with text study and directed discussion, inviting us to find Joy in the Midst of. . .  Childcare is available during this time.

  Salad Bread Beverages
February 21 A-L M-R S-Z
February 28 M-R S-Z A-L
March 7 S-Z A-L M-R
March 14 A-L M-R S-Z
March 21 M-R S-Z A-L
March 28 S-Z A-L M-R

Build a Lenten Bag for Lenten Practices at Home

   Resources offered for building your own seasonal bag of reflections and practices available in the Parish Hall each week of Lent.

Recommended Reading and Online Resources for Lenten Practices at Home

The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World, by the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu (which we are using as the basis of our Lenten theme, in sermons, and the content for forums and Wednesday nights)

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

Green Anglicans Carbon Fast calendar: http://www.greenanglicans.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Lent-Calendar-Doc-EN-v4.pdf

Print and pray through coloring sheets: https://prayingincolor.com/lenten-calendar-templates-2018

Episcopal Relief & Development’s daily meditations: episcopalrelief.org/lent

SSJE's daily meditations: http://meetingjesusinjohn.org

Youth daily meditations: d365.org



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