A weekly Unraveled Bible Study - every Thursday, at 1 pm over Zoom - running until June 18.
Join us any week, all are welcome to participate.
Each week we will send out a Bible story, a piece of art based on it, and a reflection from the artist. You are welcome to read and reflect in advance, or join us in reflecting together. From the creators, the Sanctified Art Team:
Week 8, May 21 at 1 pm: The Samaritan Woman at the Well
Here is the weekly resource in Word and PDF formats.
Contact Pastor Beth with questions, firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-615-4778.
Click on the link below to join the video Zoom Meeting via your computer or smartphone (you can opt out of audio only of yourself)
Topic: Unraveled Bible Study: Time: 1:00 PM
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Many of our busy lives have been disrupted and it’s vital that we live into a new rhythm, trusting in God’s love and rest for us all. Here are some worthwhile resources:
Daily Devotions for families and individuals: Click here for access to Daily Devotions that you can carry out at home. Daily Devotions
The Daily Office can be found on the Mission St. Clare website, in particular Morning or Evening Prayer. Readings are provided along with recorded hymns. You can click the image at the top of the Mission St. Clare to go to the current Morning or Evening Prayer.
The Book of Common Prayer can be found online here: www.bcponline.org. Here is a PDF version [insert] of Daily Devotions for Families and Individuals, p. 136 of the BCP. These brief services provide a God-centered framework for your day.
A New Zealand Prayer Book can also be found online here: www.anglicanprayerbook.nz.
Check out this prayer on p. 184 from Night Prayer (their Compline):
it is night.
The night is for stillness.
Let us be still in the presence of God.
It is night after a long day.
What has been done has been done;
what has not been done has not been done;
let it be.
The night is dark.
Let our fears of the darkness of the world and of our own lives
rest in you.
The night is quiet.
Let the quietness of your peace enfold us,
all dear to us,
and all who have no peace.
The night heralds the dawn.
Let us look expectantly to a new day,
In your name we pray. Amen.