The Scriptures frequently ask
On whom do you rely? to which
the Psalmist repeatedly replies,
God is my rock, my fortress,
We hope that this Lent will be a
time when, like the people in
the desert, we return to a reliance on
the source of our confidence and
joy. We encourage you to engage
deeply with this holy season.
Daily Lenten Eucharist | 7:00a, Chapel at Windsor
Daily Morning Prayer | 7:00a, online
offered at Facebook, Monday–Friday.
WEDNESDAYS ON WINDSOR
Dinner served from 5:00–7:00p. Lenten program begins at 6:30p.
In addition, Youth Choir begins at 5:30p, and the Edge (3rd grade–5th grade) begins at 6:30p.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9
Forgiveness as a practice of reliance
How is reliance an essential ingredient in forgiveness?
Led by the Rev. Channing Smith
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23
Small experiments in relying
What does reliance look like in everyday life?
What would it be like to try reliance in a new way?
Led by Dr. Steven Tomlinson
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30
Reliance when our trust is shaken
What do we do when the ground doesn’t hold?
Led by the Rev. Stanford Adams
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6
Exploring the soul as a practice of reliance
How does St. Ignatius help us uncover our deep desires and fears?
Led by the Rev. Terry Gleeson
Lenten Meditation Booklet
Daily reflections from Good Shepherd parishioners. The booklet is available on both campuses beginning Sunday, February 27. We invite you to be inspired and moved by the deep faith and engaged hearts of our parish community.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2
Lenten Quiet Day at The Hill | 9:30a-1:00p
A contemplative experience for all interested in a time of quiet for guided reflection and prayer in the season of Lent. Includes a light lunch and fellowship in the company of others seeking quiet time with God. Click HERE to register.
One Book, One Parish
This season the entire parish is invited to read together Pilgrim Road, A Benedictine Journey through Lent by Albert Holtz O.S.B., a collection of stories that weaves together the author’s experiences of sabbatical, fragments from Scripture and the Rule of St. Benedict, the ancient concept of pilgrimage and the Lenten journey from Ash Wednesday to Easter Day. (The hardest part of the book is keeping to just one story per day!)
Sunday Lectionary Group | 9:00—9:50a
Join us on Sundays to study and reflect on the readings appointed for that day.
The discussion will enrich your experience of Sunday worship and will deepen your
connection to other parishioners. For more information, click here.
Sunday Adult Formation | 9:00a
During Lent we will gather at the Hill to read and discuss Lent in Plain Sight by Jill J. Duffield We will meet at the Hill on Sundays for coffee and conversation about the book. For more information, click here.