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Lenten Skit: A New Commandment, "Lenten Losers" or Burger to Bust"
This is a script for a Maundy Thursday skit.It is set after lunch during a middle school recess with three middle school students and Jesus as the characters. Lent, Skit, Youth
Lenten Bible Reading Challenge
A listing of scripture texts to encourage daily Bible reading in a congregation.
Where's Noah?
We are doing "Where's Noah?" for our Lenten services this year. "Where's Noah?" is a lenten program of services and activities by Arley K. Fadness and published by CSS Publishing Company, Inc. One of the activities suggested in the book were to make animal tokens and have Noah give them out each Wednesday evening.
Discussion Starters for Families For the Forty Days of Lent
This season of Lent begins Wednesday, February 12. In these 40 days before Easter, Christians the world around will be engaged in prayer and private reflection about the meaning of Jesus Christ's life, death, and resurrection. Here is a series of discussion starters for families to use during Lent. They are listed by dates on the calendar. (Sundays are not included in the 40 days.)
Shrove Sunday Liturgy for Children
Ideally, this should be used on Shrove Tuesday, but we want to do it when as many children as possible can be here.
Prayer around the Cross
Prayer Around the Cross provided the setting for our mid-week Lenten observance this year. It offered an opportunity for the people of our parish to experience a new way of prayer (new to us that is, but well-known in other parts of the Church).
Seder Services
Use this as a tool for Seder Services including dinner menus/recipes and devotion text.
Lenten Soup Recipes!
Looking for new soup recipes? Here are the 2002 recipes from St. Matthew Lutheran Church.
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
The origin of Shrove Tuesday comes from the idea of - the night before Lent begins - consuming everything in the household from which one planned to abstain during Lent. We serve pancakes to connect us to the customs of a time when flour, eggs, milk, butter and other food items were all on the Lenten abstinence list. These days we celebrate the evening before Ash Wednesday more as a foretaste of the feast to come at Easter.
Art and Environment for Lent
Some of you may be interested in the ways in which we have shaped art and environment for Lent. The following appeared in our Ash Wednesday worship folder and again throughout mid-week Lenten worship:
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