The 2020 Lenten season begins on Ash Wednesday, February 26 and ends with Easter Sunday on April 12.
Our own Virtual Stations of the Cross.
Wednesdays online with St. Thomas’ Wednesdays: Every Wednesday in Lent we will have Evening Prayer with sermon followed by Lenten Study. Presented on Zoom. Email Rev. Lisa for an invitation.
Building Faith shares resources include books for adults, a children’s book, and a calendar.
The National Episcopal Church has created a resource including a wide array of prayers, reflections, links, videos, social media, and more for all ages to participate in and experience a spirit-filled Lenten season.
“Signs of Life: Why Church Matters” is a five-week Lenten series comes from the Episcopal monks at the Society of Saint John the Evangelist, a religious order for men in the Episcopal Church, and by Lifelong Learning at Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia. Worship engages our deepest human needs and has the power to transform our lives. Join the Brothers of SSJE in exploring the signs and symbols at the heart of Christian worship.
The Saintly Smackdown Returns! “What are you doing for Lent?” In the run-up to the church’s holy season of repentance and renewal, this question echoes in parish halls and dining rooms, pews and study halls. One exciting and life-giving answer to the proverbial question is “Lent Madness!” That’s because, for the eleventh straight year, people of faith the world over are filling out brackets and gearing up for the 2020 “saintly smackdown.”