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What are you doing for Lent?

What are you doing for Lent?

Neva Rae Fox of The Office of Public Affairs of The Episcopal Church reports on a variety of Lenten programs, resources and meditations:

… on the Episcopal Church facebook page, an ongoing conversation focuses on Ash Wednesday/Lent

The resources have been complied by the Mission Staff of the Episcopal Church.

Seeking God’s Justice for All: Exposing the Doctrine of Discovery Part Three:

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Carbon Fast: Beginning Ash Wednesday and throughout Lent, participants will receive a daily email with the day’s suggested carbon-reducing activity.

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Episcopal Relief & Development 2012 Lenten Meditations

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“Claiming the Vision: Baptismal Identity in the Episcopal Church”: video resource produced as a collaborative effort of Bloy House (the Episcopal Theological School at Claremont), the Episcopal Church Center, and the Evangelical Education Society.

World Council of Churches’ Ecumenical Water Network: a Lenten course titled “Seven Weeks for Water: The Blue Economy.”

The Lenten Resources will be available throughout Lent and Easter. Additional resources will be added throughout Lent.

Sharon Pearson who keeps the blog Building Faith and sends out a monthly Faith IN-formation newsletter share many resources for children and teens as well as other ages.

For a fun activity – join Lent Madness and see who wins the Golden Halo.

What is your church doing for Lent?

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