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Led by The Very Reverend Martha Horne
Dean, Virginia Theological Seminary (retired)
A day of prayer and reflection focusing on the practice of forgiveness in our lives.
There is no cost for the program, however, lunch will be provided at a cost of $15 (collected at the lunch hour). We encourage you to invite others! Please contact the Rev. Dr. Peter Antoci (202-363-4119, ext. 243; firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Dr. Stephen Cook
What do the Books of Moses have to say to us about the longings of the heart? What can Deuteronomy tell us about the stirrings of the spirit? This Lent, our parish will once again come together in small study groups to discuss the new writings of Dr. Stephen Cook entitled, “Reading Deuteronomy: A Literary and Theological Commentary.” Starting Feb. 11, study groups will meet on specific days of the week and at various locations throughout Lent (see below).
Lent 2015 Study Group: Sunday #1 (7:30-8:30 pm)
Susan Beale (Begins 2/14; ends 3/20)
Lent 2015 Study Group: Sunday #2 (5-6 pm)
Thelma Triche (Begins 2/14; ends 3/20)
Lent 2015 Study Group: Tuesday #1 (7-8 pm)
Linda Yangas (Begins 2/16; ends 3/22)
Lent 2015 Study Group: Wednesday #1 (7-8 pm)
At St. Columba's with Adrienne Clamp (Begins 2/17; ends 3/23)
Lent 2015 Study Group: Wednesday #2 (7:30-8:30 pm)
Harriet Dwinell (Begins 2/17; ends 3/23)
Lent 2015 Study Group: Thursday #1 (7:30-8:30 pm)
Nancy Frankel (Begins 2/11; ends 3/17)
Lent 2015 Study Group: Thursday #2 (7:30-8:30 pm)
At St. Columba's with Ann Wakefield (Begins 2/11; ends 3/17)
Lent 2015 Study Group: Friday #1 (9:15-10:30 am)
At St. Columba's with Morning Prayer Group (Begins 2/12; ends 3/18)
Questions? Contact the Rev. Dr. Peter Antoci
Practice sustainability this Lent. It takes 30 days to make any practice part of your lifestyle ... 40 days gives you room for a few hiccups. Find our Sustainability Lent List handout on the welcome table in the Common and online. Log each time you do a practice and send an email with your track record and/or an inspirational story about how this changed your life or one memorable thing that stood out. Send to: Greg Drury
Lent is a time of preparation for Easter. The word is an Old English one for springtime, and it refers to the lengthening of daylight during this season. And so it is a season well framed by practices of spiritual discipline and growth. We encourage you to use the varied resources listed on our Spirit Link webpage to enhance your spiritual growth during Lent. We invite you to experience this innovative learning style as we “pray Lent” together.