Black History Month
See the new post for Week Four with articles, a movie, and a podcast that the Reconciliation Team has compiled. Be sure to look at the posts for the past few weeks as well!
Winged with Longing for Better Things
Sundays in Lent, 9AM. These meetings for adults will include discussions centered around the Lenten devotional by eco-feminist Sylvia Sweeney.
Wednesday in Lent, 7PM. A video series bible study using ChurchNext, “The Gospel of Mark with David Lose” Facilitated by Jennifer Vasquez.
Thursdays in Lent: 7PM. Visio Divina, Latin for “divine seeing,” is a method of meditation, reflection, and prayer through a process of intentional seeing.
Creation Justice Ministries Lenten Resource
The Environmental Stewardship Team would like to share this daily Lenten reflection and action guide. Click for this week’s selection and register for the full Lenten resource at their website www.creationjustice.org
Where Your Heart Is: An Illustrated Lent for Families
Sundays in Lent, 11AM. Join a 30-minute live Zoom to get to know others and discuss our Lenten practices. Where Your Heart Is: An Illustrated Devotional includes weekly devotions for all ages, as well as illustrations that are meant to be colored in. Facilitated by Jennifer Vasquez.
Book Club Meeting
The St. Paul’s Book Club is currently reading The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates. We use Zoom through the church account at 6:30PM on Tuesday evenings.
New West Mission Area (WMA) website
The Episcopal parishes of Northwest Ohio have partnered to provide online Christian Education for everyone. Click to view the new WMA website with weekly Lenten Programming following a new model for parish collaboration.