2020 Lenten Devotional

For lent this year, why not join one of two small groups or follow this year’s Lenten devotional from Presbyterians Today on your own for a thought-provoking study to see firsthand how Jesus’ words to “feed the hungry” and “clothe the naked” still change lives today.

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke of “beloved community” to describe a society where everyone has their needs met. In “Becoming a Beloved Community,” we discover how needs are met when selfless love breaks down racial barriers, gives voice to the voiceless and feeds hungry hearts, souls and bodies.

Readers are treated to beautiful ancient Christian mosaics throughout the devotional. Just the way mosaics are constructed, we are invited to reflect on how our little tile piece could be added to contribute another dimension to the beloved community where we live.

This devotional itself is also a reflection of a beloved community. It features prayers and reflections by 19 ordained ministers, chaplains, lay pastors and ruling elders from the Presbytery of the Pacific. While the stories they share differ, they all have a passion for following Jesus.

Interested? Lent starts on February 26th!
Join us or follow along on your own!

  • Monday small group meets in Clayton
  • Wednesday night small group will meet in the Fireside Room
  • Or email Rebecca for a copy of the booklet to follow along in your own time

Booklets are limited, so contact Rebecca today to reserve your copy!