Lenten Email Meditations (plus other resources from the wider church)

By: 
Kitty Kawecki, Director of Resources & Training
Lent

Once again the Episcopal Diocese of Newark will offer daily meditations during the season of Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday, March 5, 2014. Each day you will receive a scripture reading, a reflection on that reading and a short prayer.

Please consider taking time to slow down, wait, pray and reflect on the hope and possibilities that the Resurrection offers us.

Lenten resources from SSJE

Starting Ash Wednesday, March 5 receive short, daily videos from the Brothers of SSJE (Society of St. John the Evangelist in Cambridge, MA) that delve deeply into the gospel that shapes their community life. John's message of love can unlock our hearts and transform our lives.

The Brothers of SSJE also publish the popular Brother, Give Us a Word daily meditation.

Subscribe to the Lenten series with your email. You will receive an introductory email and the videos will start March 5.

Episcopal Relief & Development’s Lenten meditations

Episcopal Relief & Development’s Lenten Meditations booklets are now available in English and Spanish. This year’s collection of forty-six reflections focuses on creating economic opportunities and strengthening communities, with a particular focus on empowering women.

PDF booklets and other Lenten resources are posted on Episcopal Relief & Development’s website at www.episcopalrelief.org/lent, and individuals wishing to receive daily email devotionals can sign up online. Find out more.

Forward Movement's Lent Madness

No one said a Lenten discipline has to be dreary! Based loosely on the wildly popular NCAA basketball tournament, Lent Madness pits 32 saints against one another in public voting as they compete for the coveted Golden Halo. But it is more than that: Lent Madness is really an online devotional tool designed to help people learn about saints. The competition begins on Wednesday, March 5 and takes place at www.lentmadness.org.