Lent in a Bag: An Activity for Church or Home

Lent Reflection for all ages. An activity that you can do at church or at home to teach symbols and meanings of the Christian season of Lent. A simple bag and basic materials.

Making Pretzels: A Traditional Activity for Lent

Making pretzels provides a welcome activity during Lent, while teaching about prayer, fasting, scripture and baking!

Related to our Forgiveness Forum! Holocaust survivor lives with descendant of Nazis

This 95-year-old Holocaust survivor has a roommate — she’s a 31-year-old granddaughter of Nazis

A geanddaughter or unrepentant Nazis and a Jewish survivor of thr Holocaust sharing a flat;

A Season of Prayer: 40 Days in the Desert

We're excited to launch A Season of Prayer: 40 Days in the Desert—a special daily prayer practice for Lent. The new Season of Prayer will encourage people to

Activity for Lent: Lord’s Prayer Tracing Cross

An activity for all ages, the Lords Prayer Tracing Cross is visual and tactile way to deepen prayer experience. Try it this Lent at church or home.

My Lenten Discipline: Respecting Death

My Lenten Discipline: Respecting Death

My Lenten Discipline: Respecting Death

My Lenten Discipline: Respecting Death

Daily Thoughts & Practices for a Glorious Lent

We're excited to create a town powered by the sun. We like to look on the bright side.

Lent with Young Ones: An Adventure

Are your kids too young to get Lent? Here are some fun ways to turn the season into an adventure.

Need a Holy Week and Easter primer? St. Michael's has you covered with a straightforward guide to these central services of the Christian faith. We hope you'll join us for the sacred days ahead.

Need a Holy Week and Easter primer? St. Michael's has you covered with a straightforward guide to these central services of the Christian faith. We hope you'll join us for the sacred days ahead.

Margaret Cotterell, Ginger Lief & Elisabeth Avery collect parishioners’ day-by-day reflections on the season.

Margaret Cotterell, Ginger Lief & Elisabeth Avery collect parishioners’ day-by-day reflections on the season.

#GoodBookClub, Week 2: Read Luke 7:36-50 | How can you exemplify Christ's love and care in your actions this week? | Image: "Caring" by Lan Rosso via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) | Meditation: Forma

#GoodBookClub, Week 2: Read Luke 7:36-50 | How can you exemplify Christ's love and care in your actions this week? | Image: "Caring" by Lan Rosso via Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) | Meditation: Forma

#GoodBookClub, Week 1: Read Luke 1  When you're struggling with a fear, how do you find courage?  Image: andy carter via Flickr (CC BY 2.0) | Meditation: @Episcoforma

#GoodBookClub, Week 1: Read Luke 1 When you're struggling with a fear, how do you find courage? Image: andy carter via Flickr (CC BY 2.0) | Meditation: @Episcoforma

Here’s how you can match your Myers-Briggs personality type to a patron saint

Holy Week Myers-Briggs - News - Church of the Resurrection. Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals and ecology. Seems appropriate to me - and yes, I know that it's not Holy Week.

On Christmas Eve, a healing prayer was heard

On Christmas Eve, a healing prayer was heard

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