You are invited to Join us for a Six-Week Lenten Study
Connecting the Practices of Lent
*Sundays at 4:00 PM
Beginning March 6
Online via ZOOM
FOR MORE INFORMATION
AND TO REGISTER*
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*Group size is limited to optimize discussion
You will receive a downloadable and printable Participant's Guide via email
Connecting the Practices of Lent and Anti-racism
is a new Lenten resource for congregations to use
in a small group setting
This study was produced by: The General Commission on Religion and Race of The United Methodist Church
The purpose of this study is to make explicit connections between the traditions of Lent and the work of anti-racism without forcing either one to be what they are not.
This study has been created with the faith-filled assumption that when we take seriously our Lenten traditions and what is necessary for the work of anti-racism, we find the two complement each other,
Thus, what results is anti-racism work which emerges faithfully from engaging in authentic and tradition-based Lenten practices.
Much of this study is organized along with worship-based categories such as scripture reading, scripture reflection, and prayer.