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Resources in Lent
Awakening to God’s Beauty – 하나님의 아름다움에 깨어나기
A children’s sermon for use with One Great Hour of Sharing and the popular Gracie stories.
This Word document version is the text-only version of the 2015 Tread Lightly for Lent daily calendar. (If you are looking for the nicely designed pdf version of the 2015 Tread Lightly for Lent calendar, with graphics and calendar layout, click here.) This daily calendar is a quick and easy way to stay mindful of… Read more »
The Lent 2015 daily calendar, “Tread Lightly for Lent,” from the Environmental Ministries and Enough for Everyone programs of the Presbyterian Hunger Program, is now available. This daily calendar is a quick and easy way to stay mindful of all God’s creation throughout the season of Lent. As we slow down, reflect, take on spiritual… Read more »
This Lent, the Words Matter project invites you to the spiritual discipline of paying attention to your words. Far from a desire to be politically correct, Words Matter focuses on deep thinking about what is really at stake in the words we use, acknowledging that words can be used to tear down — but hopeful… Read more »
Under the Shadow of the Cross It is very important to take a step back from our highly competitive, fast-paced, over-consuming, rat race and take a second look at ourselves and ponder over the meaning of life and where we are headed. The Lenten season provides an occasion for that. The cross of Jesus Christ… Read more »
Sample from the Being Reformed Lenten study Looking at the Cross.
These worship resources from Scripture and the confessions are selected for use in the Season of Lent.
This service juxtaposes the readings of Christ’s crucifixion with contemporary news accounts to show how the suffering of Good Friday continues, calling us to repent and have compassion. See related pages: Good Friday, Presbyterian Worship
These prayers might be used in a variety of settings: Opening Prayers (at the beginning of worship) or concluding collects (after the Prayers of the People); for church websites or newsletters; or in personal, small group or family devotion. See related pages: Season of Lent, Presbyterian Worship