As Liz Crumlish says in her introduction to the booklet that we quote from in Take time to reflect: “A colleague posted on social media last year that Lent felt like the Lentiest Lent we’d ever Lented! Somehow, that is even truer this year, a full year and more into a global pandemic.” So you’ll find that we are not alone in suggesting that, instead of planning to give something up as a Lenten spiritual discipline, you should plan to take something up instead. There are lots of good things on offer –

Locally-based studies, at all of which you’ll be made most welcome. Click the links for further details:

Other ideas for reading and listening include:

  • Living through Lent, a booklet of daily reflections for Lent 2021 by Liz Crumlish that you can download at this link
  • The Church of England’s #LiveLent daily reflection emails, for which you can sign up at this link
  • Ecumenical daily readings and weekly talks for Lent on John’s Gospel at this link
  • CTBI’s “Lent study for these unorthodox and strange times” at this link
  • The Journey meditations offered by Taketime
  • The daily Lenten meditations prepared by Rev Chris Jackson from the North of Scotland Circuit, which you can access them via his YouTube channel 

Please email other ideas for Lenten study to ku.gro.tsidohtemhtysornull@retsambew.

Coming up …
  • 1 March 2021 7:00 pm Lent Ecumenical Study Group (Zoom)
  • 2 March 2021 7:00 pm Lent Bible Study - Tenants of the King (Zoom)
  • 4 March 2021 10:15 am Streamed from Holy Trinity
  • 4 March 2021 10:30 am Lent Bible Study
  • 5 March 2021 2:00 pm World Day of Prayer 2021

More details at this link

 

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