Full to the Brim: An Expansive Lent – Adult Deepening Opportunities for Lent
The season of Lent is a time to find new and creative ways to grow in faith and one’s relationship with God and others. As we emerge from winter and the restraints of the pandemic, we hope you consider joining one or more of these Lenten Adult Deepening opportunities, as well as the ongoing Weekly Bible Study on Sunday mornings at 10am.
Living into Lent Spiritual Practices Workshop – Sunday, March 13 (rescheduled from March 6) from 4-5:30pm on Zoom: Adam S. will facilitate an intimate gathering, aimed at helping you carve out some healing space for grace throughout Lent and beyond. “Come as you are” to explore together the joys, brokenness, gifts, and doubts we bring to this Lenten season, a time for emptying and re-filling our cup. Find the Zoom link in the weekly newsletter.
Full to the Brim Small Group Study – 7:30-8:30pm on Tuesdays March 8-April 5* on Zoom. (*Please note the new end date. This series has been extended another week.) During Lent, join us for a small group study to reflect on the themes of God’s abundant and expansive grace, drawing from the Full to the Brim Lenten resources. We will engage Jesus’ parables and promises of God’s lavish love and grace, through scripture, poetry, visual art and music. Find the Zoom link in the weekly newsletter.
Week #1: March 8, 2022 Download Lenten Study Materials
Week #2: March 15, 2022 Download Lenten Study Materials
Week #4: March 29, 2022 Download Lenten Study Materials
Week #5: April 5, 2022 Download Lenten Study Materials
Prayer Partners for Lent – Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Ash Wednesday, March 2 if you would like a Prayer Partner for Lent. We’ll pair you up with someone, or you can choose a partner you already know, and then you can make a plan with your Prayer Partner to connect at least 15 minutes each week of Lent by phone or in person. The Adult Deepening team will also provide Prayer Partners with a brief guide for ways you might get to know each other, and ways to try praying together or individually on behalf of the other.
Questions? Send an email to email@example.com.