Resources for Lenten Study

English: Lenten Cloth in the Museum Gherdëina ...

English: Lenten Cloth in the Museum Gherdëina Deutsch: Frühbarockes Fastentuch aus des St. Jakob Kirche in St. Ulrich in Gröden aufbewahrt im Museum Gröden. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you are like me, study is important part of the observation of Lent.  You are encouraged to join us at St Paul on Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm.  We are studying prayer and art. AND NO ARTISTIC TALENT IS REQUIRED!

If you cannot make Wednesday night or want some additional study you might want to consider one of more of these options.  New Hope Community has invited St Paul to join in a Monday night Bible Study at the Mid-town Scholar Bookstore on “The Bible Jesus Read”.  Meeting at 6:30pm the group is led by Pastor Tom Longenecker in an informal format with lattes, handouts and lots of time for questions.

The Diocese has a Lenten Blog which you can access here

You can participate in a Diocesan-Wide on-line Lenten Study based on the book Calling: Song for the Baptized by Caroline Westerhoff and moderated by Diocesan Webmaster Lesley Carter. You can get more information and sign-up here

And, as I mentioned before – For those who like to cook, you may be interested in this Lenten Study that Church Health Reader has posted on-line. Entitled “Seasoning Lent: 40 Days of Recipes and Reflections” and written by Stacy Smith, it consists of a weekly reflection and a simple nutritional recipe for each day of the week.  It is also available as a paperback and can be ordered through Church Health Reader.  You can find the find it on-line or order the hard-copy version at Church Health Reader here:


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