Life is busy and you can’t always make it to Grace Church to participate in worship services and special events. That’s why we offer a variety of printed materials and online programs you can use to enhance your Lenten experience — at your convenience. Booklets are available at Grace Church; follow the links provided here for online programs.

  • Lenten Meditations from ERD
    Walk the path of Lent, reflecting on personal faith and our relationships with our global neighbors through these daily devotionals from Episcopal Relief & Development. (booklet available at Grace Church)
  • Love Life, Live Lent
    Be encouraged, guided and inspired to be a force for change in the world with this fun Lenten “action” devotional for children and families. (booklet available at Grace Church)
  • Lent Madness
    This online devotion is back for another year of saintly fun. Based loosely on college basketball’s “March Madness,” this program pits two saints against each other each day. You read about two saints and cast a vote for your favorite. Winners move on toward the “Golden Halo” championship. Saintly Scorecards with this year’s contenders are available at Grace Church. Follow the program at
  • Listen for a Change: Sacred Conversation for Racial Justice
    Presiding Bishop Michael Curry leads the first of a series of online conversations about spirituality and racial equality. Other prominent presenters from Trinity Institute’s 2016 conference in New York City are featured. To enroll in this free program, contact
  • Online Devotional for Youth: Journey to the Cross
    Passport, Inc. provides daily inspirational and relevant reflections on scripture for young people. The devotional experience is written especially for students and seeks to provide reflections on themes that impact our faith journey. Go to:
  • Growing a Rule of Life
    In this online series, the Brothers at the Society of Saint John the Evangelist (SSJE) will use video and downloadable workbooks to help you design a balanced plan for growing into a deeper relationship with God, Self, Others and Creation. Enroll at
  • Carbon Fast for Lent
    Lent is a time to reflect on God’s purpose for our life. This year, challenge yourself to take a carbon fast – to reduce the actions which damage God’s Creation. Find details of each day’s action as well as daily scripture and prayers at  Click here to download a calendar with daily carbon fasting ideas.
  • Lenten Reflections from the Episcopal Church: Go!
    Go! for Lent is a series of reflections on scripture passages that include the word “go.” The many uses and meanings of “go” throughout scripture provide rich sources of contemplation for this Lenten season. Read the daily reflections at
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