Mar 19, 2020Praying and learning at home on the diocesan website

Praying and learning at home on the diocesan website

Kim Snodgrass One-minute read.   Resources

Embracing “to everything there is a season” is comforting as we acclimate to a new normal within our congregations. You may already be looking for ideas to form communities in novel ways and I hope you and members of your congregation will try some or all of the home worship ideas on the diocesan website to connect with God, the faith community, and family clear through Pentecost!

Since many of us will spend additional hours away from work and school over the course of the next few weeks these ideas are a way to create space for Lent and church at home. My hope is people will find what works best for them to explore, grow, and deepen their Lenten experience!

We have included suggestions for Prayer & Meditation, Activities, and Faith in Action. My criteria for selecting materials were that the directions be brief, limited preparation time and supplies required (if any). I hope we’ve achieved that!

The resources can be found on the diocesan website here.

Kim Snodgrass is Assistant to the Bishop for Christian Formation.

Update: 03-22-2020. Post title changed to better reflect the content of the diocesan webpage.

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