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New for 2017
Reflections on Social Justice for the Lenten Season [PDF]: From the Episcopal Networks Collaborative.
The Diocese of Leeds has an excellent roundup of online resources for Lent.
Returning Home: Christian Faith in Encounter with Other Faiths. Lent course for 2017 from Churches together in Britain and Ireland.
Five Marks of Love Lenten Workbook: 'This six-week series provides the opportunity to observe and to reflect on the ways in which the Divine Life expresses itself in and through us; individually and in our faith communities, as well as in the world around us. Each week will explore the Anglican Marks of Mission (Tell, Teach, Tend, Transform and Treasure) through videos, questions and exercises so we can speak more clearly and act truthfully, motivated always by hearts marked by God's love.' From the Society of St John the Evangelist.
2017 Lenten resources from the Anglican Church of Canada.
New for 2016
2016 Episcopal Relief & Development Lent Meditations. In English and Spanish.
New for 2015
2015 Lenten resources from the Anglican Church of Canada.
2015 Episcopal Relief & Development Lent Meditations. In English and Spanish.
New for 2014
Resources for Lent, Easter, Pentecost. A detailed list of resources for worship and home, complied by the Reformed Church in America.
From earlier years
50 Days of Fabulous. Readings and Reflections for Eastertide.
Carrie Swanlund and the Allegri Miserere. This is the first in a six-part series of brief meditations on Lent from the Church of St Martin in the Fields, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA.
Episcopal Relief and Development Lenten Resources (updated annually).
Kaam thiin ciek yic - Moments: The 2017 Wau Diocese Lent Study Course. 'Written by staff of Wau Diocese in the Episcopal Church of Sudan, this is a simple Lent course designed for use by anyone anywhere.'
Lent Madness. 'Lent Madness began in 2010 as the brainchild of the Revd Tim Schenck. In seeking a fun, engaging way for people to learn about the men and women comprising the Church's Calendar of Saints, Tim came up with this unique Lenten devotion. Combining his love of sports with his passion for the lives of the saints, Lent Madness was born on his blog "Clergy Family Confidential."'
Lenten Reflections on Food. From the Anglican Church of Canada's Primate's World Relief and Development Fund.
Montreal Marks of Mission. 'This bible study was initially conceived so that parishes could work and pray together over our biblical text during the season of Lent, developing seeds of growth for themselves and for their parishes.'
Into the Desert. Lenten resources for 2017 from the Anglican Board of Mission (Australia)
Ashes to Easter
Sacred Space, Daily Prayers
Bach and Dürer: Passion Music and ImageryA site where you can simultaneously view a woodcut from Dürer's 'Large Passion' series, along with the text and audio from a congruent area of Bach's St Matthew Passion. 'The images are from the AMICO image library; the originals are held by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The audio clips and text (both German and translation) are taken from the Karl Richter recording of J.S. Bach's Matthäus-Passion. The audio clips are in RealAudio format'.
Lent, Holy Week and Easter Resources
Love Life Live Lent
Project Canterbury offers these resources:
Stations of the Cross
A vegetarian diet for Lent—promoting
vegetarianism throughout Christendom
Daily Office for Good Friday,
Holy Saturday, the Great Vigil
The Seven Last Words
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