The poet Ann Weems writes that Lent is “the time to listen to who he says he is” — “the one who brings good news to the poor, freedom to the oppressed, sight to the blind…that Holy One who said, Follow me, Feed my sheep.” Moments of quiet reflection during Lent give us space to listen and for preparing for the coming of Easter and the Resurrection.
- Lenten Quiet Time Meditations: Mondays during Lent — Guided meditations to give space and form for quiet contemplation using the spiritual practices of Lectio Divina and Visio Divina will be emailed on Mondays and posted on the church website and Facebook page. These meditations invite us to spend a few minutes “intentionally stepping away from our busy routines,” grounding us in the presence of God as we anticipate Easter and the Resurrection.
- Meditations on Word and Music: Wednesdays during Lent — These mid-week meditations, led by the pastoral staff and musicians, include scripture, poetry, prayer and music, helping us journey through Lent in anticipation of Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Son of God. Meditations will be emailed and posted on the church website and Facebook page.