Full to the Brim
Jesus as a mother hen, a prodigal son welcomed home, a fig tree nurtured with care and hope, precious oil poured out lovingly and freely, stones shouting out with praise — these sacred texts are brimming with a gospel of grace. We’ve done nothing to deserve or earn this grace, and yet, like water, it spills over. Our Lenten theme, Full to the Brim, is an invitation—into a radically different Lent, into a full life. It’s an invitation to be authentically who you are, to counter scarcity and injustice at every turn, to pour out even more grace wherever it is needed. And so, this Lent, let us trust—fully—that we belong to God. Let us increase our capacity to receive and give grace. Let us discover the expansive life God dreams for us.
Each week there will be an opportunity for an hour of guided reflection and prayer. You can join in person, with a group, in the church building on Tuesdays, from 7.30 – 8.30 beginning on the 1st of March.
Or for those who wish to join via Zoom the session will be on Thursdays at 7.30pm, use the link below to get the zoom details.
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Lent 2022 Posts
“Loving God, so often I feel undeserving of your love. I don’t pray enough. I don’t give enough. I don’t strive for justice enough. I could always be doing better, and yet you still long to be in a relationship with me. Erase the guilt that keeps me from you. Help me to trust that…Keep reading
“And I knew,there was no stopping him.I was under his wing.Come rain or come shine,today and tomorrow,this love keeps on.” —Excerpt from “Come Rain or Come Shine” by Rev. Sarah SpeedFrom the Full to the Brim poetry collection by @sanctifiedartKeep reading
“As a mother, I know what it feels like to watch from a relative distance as a child makes heartbreaking decisions. … As I consider the destruction we continue to visit upon each other and all of creation, I imagine God is still grieved. What emotions arise within you when you consider the human condition?”…Keep reading