LENT 2021

What Daily reflections produced by the Church of England, including a short passage from the Bible, a brief exploration of the reading, and a prayer. Each week has a unifying theme and an action to be taken during the week.

 

When Every day from Ash Wednesday (17 February) to Easter Day (4 April)

How long Suggested 8-10 minutes each day

Platform Email, app, book, or phone

 

How to get involved You can sign up for emails, download the app to your phone, order the book, or freephone Daily Hope on 0800 804 8044

 

Who’s it for Anyone – the app version includes a daily family activity

What Small groups reflecting on the #LiveLent material (see above) with opportunity for discussion, led by Sue Chambers and Chris Holder (6pm), and Alison Perera and Rebecca Clark (8pm)

 

When Tuesday 23 February, 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 March, 6pm or 8pm

 

How long 1 hour

 

Platform Zoom 

 

How to get involved Sign up here by 17 February and we’ll email you details

 

Who’s it for Adults – the 8pm group is particularly aimed at parents of young children

What Self-guided walk with map around Winchmore Hill, with 10 places to stop to pause, reflect and pray for yourself and the world around you

 

When Whenever you want!

 

How long 1-1½ hours

Platform You can download the Prayer Walk here, and there's a children's version here. Or you can use the audio version. Download the audio here. There are also printed copies in church.

 

How to get involved Just do it, either on your own or with your household/bubble

 

Who’s it for Anyone – there’s a version for children as well as adults

What A bag containing interactive symbols to help you pray and reflect on the themes of Lent at home, either individually or with your household/bubble

 

When Different symbol for each week of Lent

 

How long 15-20 minutes

 

Platform Bag available to picked up from church on Ash Wednesday (17 February)

 

How to get involved Bags need to be ordered in advance here by 10 February 

 

Who’s it for Anyone

What Meditations and prayers based on images of the Way of the Cross – the journey Jesus made to Calvary on Good Friday, led by members of our Ministry Team

 

When Sunday 21, 28 February, 7, 14, 21, 28 March, 7.30pm

 

How long 30 minutes

 

Platform Zoom

 

How to get involved Use the link in our weekly mailchimp newsletter – subscribe here

 

Who’s it for Adults

What A short reflection given by a member of our Ministry Team

 

When Every Thursday of Lent, 12noon – but you can catch up when you want

 

How long 2 minutes

 

Platform Instagram, Facebook, Twitter

 

How to get involved Follow St Paul’s on social media

 

Who’s it for Anyone

The 2021 Diocese of London Lent Appeal will focus on Youth Violence, supporting the charities XLP, Transforming Lives For Good (TLG), and Redthread. Youth violence, which is prevalent in London, is the intentional use of physical force or power to threaten or harm others by young people aged between 10-24 years. It typically involves young people hurting peers who are unrelated to them and who they may or may not know well. Youth violence can include fighting, bullying, threats with weapons, and gang-related violence. A young person can be involved with youth violence as a victim, offender, or witness.

 

Find out more here

 

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WINCHMORE HILL

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