Week 5
It's time to ... Love

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How might you love someone you may not necessarily like? Are your expectations too rigid? How are you a lover? Do you greet the day with a growl or a yippee? How does your love bubble up in response to others today? What is the greatest experience of love you've ever had? What is it about you that God delights in?

Week 4
It's time to ... Play

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Questions: Play for at least half an hour today. How does it feel? What is your favorite project? In play time today risk getting lost. What happened? What helps you relax and be fully present in the moment? What activities take you outside of yourself? What has surprised and delighted you most recently? Book yourself a play date. What did you do?

Week 3
It's time to ... Work

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Questions: Is replenishing your being a priority in your life? Consider your routines – where is God? How does your work serve others? What limits would give you life? By what measuring stick do you gauge your worth and the worth of others? Make a list of three intentions for your work life today. What difference would these make? How is the pace of your life?

Week 2
It's time to... Pray

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Questions: Where do you find God in the ordinary? Where and how do you pray outside? What is the “arrow prayer” in your heart right now? Can you name out loud what you are most grateful for? How might being attuned to those around you shape your prayer today? What desires are shaping who you’re becoming right now? Listen: what is God presenting to you in prayer today?

Week 1
It's time to... Stop

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Questions: Sit in total stillness for five minutes today. How does it feel? Where is your invitation to stop during the day? What taskmasters do you need to be liberated from to reclaim your dignity? How do you picture a day spent “being” – as opposed to “doing”? Where are you drawn when you follow your heart? Are you content right now? Schedule a day of complete rest: What does it help you realize about your life and heart?

Lent is a time for reflection and penitence.  For the Lenten program this year, we are using the material from the Society of Saint John the Evangelist, a monastic community of the Episcopal Church in the States.  The theme of this program is 'balance in life'.  We will reflect on our use of time.  We will meet after Sunday worship on zoom.