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

And an action project – if you consider yourself part of the Church of the Future, the Diocese offer a challenge for you to share your ideas for a carbon-neutral church – details and an entry form at this link.

Please email other ideas for Lenten study to webmaster@nullstmargaretsrosyth.org.uk.

Coming up …
  • 25 February 2021
    10:15 am Streamed from Holy Trinity
  • 25 February 2021
    2:00 pm Lent Bible Study
  • 28 February 2021
    9:45 am Methodist Zoom Worship
  • 28 February 2021
    11:00 am Streamed from Holy Trinity

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