Join Holy Trinity during Lent for virtual opportunities for worship, prayer and study
For Episcopalians, the Book of Proverbs is a collection of traditional cultural lessons: propositional statements, observational sayings, analogies, and ethics—structured as the teachings of a father to a son.
Starting Feb. 12, and on Mondays during Lent at 7:30 p.m., Father Mark offers a look at the Book of Proverbs and how the teachings apply to today's world.
Bring a Bible, pen and paper, and download the first week's overview.
Access the session through this video link or on the conference phone line: (856) 861-3864; PIN: 924821, followed by #.
Our study of Proverbs will be followed at 8:30 p.m. by a service of Compline.
Starting Feb. 24, join Father Mark on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. for Morning Prayer, one of the two principal daily services of the Anglican Church (Evening Prayer is the other).
Access Morning Prayer through this video link or on the conference phone line: (856) 861-3864; PIN: 924821, followed by #.
Here is a link to the Morning Prayer service in the Book of Common Prayer online.The service will end in time for participation in the virtual Lenten program at Grace Church, Merchantville (below).
At 7 p.m., we afford an opportunity for "Games and Conversation," using the same video link and conference-phone line number as above.
Access Church Chat through this video link or on the conference phone line: (856) 861-3864; PIN: 924821, followed by #.
Family Mass begins at 9:30 a.m. in-person and online.
It can be accessed from this link to the home page, which has the service leaflet, or on Facebook Live.
12:30 p.m. Outdoor Eucharist on the Plaza
... offers two six-week sessions on Zoom focusing on the questions, and the hope, raised by Bishop Curry in his book.
One session is after service on Sundays at 10:45 a.m., but there is a 4 p.m. Wednesday session, followed at 5 p.m. by Evening Prayer.
Here is the registration form for Wednesdays.
... A Lenten course from St. George's College, Jerusalem, titled "A River Through the Desert." Six sessions look at the geography of the Holy Land as a way to explore faith in Lent: Desert, Well, Mountain, Sea, Road and Garden.
The virtual program will be offered Wednesdays in Lent at noon and again at 7 p.m.
Go to the Zoom link, or dial 1 (312) 626-6799, then enter meeting ID 934 7549 3115.
Episcopalians still serve Jell-O in the proper liturgical color of the season and Episcopalians believe that it is OK to poke fun at themselves and never take themselves too seriously.
The prophet Joel, speaking on behalf of the Lord, declares in Scripture: “Return to me, with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning.”
This year, the prophet’s words have taken on new meaning. When we return to God with a penitent heart, we release our past, our sorrow, and all we carry with us and we experience anew God’s mercy and compassion.
This Lent, journey with Bread for the World members to God’s wellspring of mercy and compassion and deepen your faith in our God who yearns for a world without hunger.
Explore the traditional Lenten disciplines as relevant and powerful gifts for drawing closer to Christ at a time of disruption.
This free four-session online course led by Fr. Mark Michael explores the traditional Lenten disciplines of fasting, prayer, and almsgiving, at a time of profound change in the church and wider society.
Each session explores a traditional Lenten practice, tracing Scriptural foundations, and its place in the Anglican spiritual tradition.
Course participants are invited to engage in guided practice during the weeks between class sessions, and clergy are invited to bring members of their congregation for a congregational Lenten study.