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#AdventWord begins next week

#AdventWord begins next week

Members of the Society of St John the Evangelist are again offering their creative Advent devotional project, AdventWord.

Participants are invited to receive a word each day during Advent by email and then to respond to the word using the hashtag #AdventWord on social media to create a Global Advent Calendar.

If you would like to receive #AdventWord this year, click this link www.adventword.org/sign-up. #AdventWord  begins on Sunday, 3 December, 2017, with images and meditations available via email, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. During the 23 days of Advent, a daily email featuring the #AdventWord of the day will go out at 5 a.m. each day, and respondents are encouraged to share their responses to the meditations and images to the aggregated prayer walls within the advent calendar.

#AdventWord helps teach every one how to pray with images as we prepare for the coming of Emmanuel. The monks of SSJE developed #AdventWord to bring joy and have passed it on to Virginia Theological Seminary to work with Anglican Communion Office and we are excited to see #AdventWord being offered to a wider world.

You can visit the site of #AdventWord here.

 

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