Episcopal Relief & Development’s 2018 Lenten Meditations are now available in English and Spanish , where you can also sign up for daily e-mail meditations. The 2018meditations focus on the gifts of children through the poignant and joyous reflections of educators, caregivers, parents and grandparents. For more information, click here.
Lent Madness offers a light-hearted way to learn more about the saints during Lent. Vote online daily for favorites among 32 saints who are paired off in a tournament-style bracket. The last saint standing at the end of Lent wins the game’s golden halo. To join in the madness click here. For more information, click here.
The Society of Saint John the Evangelist is offering a Lenten series titled Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John. Beginning on Feb. 11, this six-week Lenten journey offers reflections on John through prayer and reflection. Free downloads of the accompanying prayer journal and additional resources are available along with a sign-up for daily video and meditation e-mails. For more information, click here.
Church-wide Bible Reading Program
Forward Movement has announced the Good Book Club, a church-wide program that invites all Episcopalians to read Luke and Acts during Lent-Easter 2018. Participants in the Good Book Club will begin reading Luke the Sunday before Lent, February 11, 2018, and finish up the Book of Acts on the Day of Pentecost, May 20, 2018.
The Good Book Club website (goodbookclub.org) lists the daily readings, as well as available resources to support people as they read the scriptures. Resources will be available in Spanish at ClubBiblico.org. The website also has a video invitation by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, and answers questions such as “Why Read the Bible?” and “Why Luke and Acts?”