Lent is a season that lasts 40 days (excluding Sundays). It starts on Ash Wednesday and ends the Saturday before Easter, which in 2022 is March 2-April 16. Ideas here are for people of all ages to observe Lent through hands-on activities.
Painting the Psalms is for everyone, those with no artistic leanings and those seasoned artists in our midst. Gather together and reflect on the Psalms in a way that intertwines the creative arts and the beauty of poetry.
Rev. Heather Roth Johnson shares some simple plans for a scratch-off prayer calendar.
This Facebook page invites people to take a photo everyday in Lent based on a suggested word.
Pretzels have had a place in Lent for centuries. You can learn more and try your hand at baking pretzels at this website.
This resource shares ideas for caring conversations, devotions, prayers, blessings, service ideas and more.
Activities at this website let people explore the themes of each week's worship service beyond the walls of the church building.
A large number of resources for the seasons of Lent and Easter have been collected by faith formation staff with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).