Most of us think of Sabbath as simply not working on Sunday. But the framework of the Sabbath calls us to live intentionally mindful of the gifts God has given us and our response to them. During this season of Lent, we will consider several aspects of Sabbath living and look at ways to incorporate them into our everyday lives, during Lent and beyond.
Our Lenten reflections begin on Ash Wednesday, February 13, and continue through Holy Week.
Other Resources for your Lenten Journey:
The brothers of the Society of St. John the Evangelist have created a video series on prayer as a Lenten resource. A short video from the series, Praying Our Lives, will be available each day in Lent through Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/FriendsOfSSJE> , Twitter <http://twitter.com/ssjeword> , YouTube <http://www.youtube.com/user/SSJEOnline> and Pinterest <http://pinterest.com/ssje/praying-our-lives-lent-daily-videos/>
Or sign up to receive the daily videos at ssje.org/prayer <http://www.ssje.org/prayer> .
CREDO, the Episcopal Church’s health and wellness initiative, offers Feeding and Fasting, a series of reflections for Lent. The series invites us to a holy Lent both by taking on those disciplines that bring us closer to God, and shedding those indulgences, habits, and practices that steal our attention.
Click here for more info and to sign up.
Parishioners at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Wimberley, Texas, post daily reflections based on the Episcopal Church Daily Office readings. To read them, click here: http://www.ststeve.org/content/documents/devotionals.pdf
Read morning and evening devotions offered by the Mission of St. Clare