Lenten Stone Soup Suppers

Drum Circle

During Lent this year we will use a drum circle to worship.

Drumming is one way to live out the summary of the Law. When Jesus asked the rich young ruler to tell him what was written in the law of God, he answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself’” (Luke 10:27). Drum circle worship breathes new meaning and understanding into passages like this that summarize Christian belief put into action.

It is difficult to participate in drum circle worship without becoming emotionally moved by the immersion in the waters of rhythm; without having a sense of being connected to God in a profound way that goes deeper than words; without passionately engaging your muscles as you play; without connecting your rhythm to the rhythms of the other drummers; without noticing that you are an equal member of a community, each contributing to the song.

Our drum circle introduction will begin on March 8th at 5:30, at 6:00pm, we will share dinner and a movie

Lent Schedule
March 8th-5:30
March 15th-6:30
March 22nd-6:30
March 29th-6:30
April 5th-6:30

 

Our Lenten Resource for 2017


Living Well Through Lent 2017
Listening With All Your Heart, Soul, Strength, and Mind

(E-books are available through Amazon)

Lent is a time for introspection and self-reflection, a time to become intentional about listening more deeply to God, ourselves, and others. As we make this turn inward and commit to listening with more intention, we typically become intentional about changing the routine and rhythm of our daily lives. We may choose to take on a certain practice or habit. We may also choose to give something up.

Designed for use as an individual reflection and study, small groups, a congregational Lenten program, and/or a retreat, Listening With All Your Heart, Soul, Strength, and Mind provides a foundation to help us explore a deeper connection between faith and our capacity to listen to God. Each Sunday in this 80-page guide offers a reflection written by a featured writer; and every other day of the week begins with a scripture or quote, followed by a reflection, and an invitation to record any thoughts, feelings, or insights.

Includes reflections from: The Rev. Brian Cole, Amy Cook, The Rt. Rev. Charles Andrew Doyle, The Rev. Roger Ferlo, Ph.D., The Rev. Robert T. Flick, The Rev. Deacon Marsha Evans Holmes, The Rev. Lisa Senuta, and The Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner.

Living Compass is delighted to join you on your Lenten journey.

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