“At Episcopal Relief & Development, we are blessed by partners who nurture some of the world’s most vulnerable children,” said Sean McConnell, Senior Director of Engagement.
NEW YORK (PRWEB)
January 09, 2018
Episcopal Relief & Development invites supporters to “Learn from Our Children” with this year’s Lenten Meditations, featuring reflections written by staff, partners and friends from around the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion.
“At Episcopal Relief & Development, we are blessed by partners who nurture some of the world’s most vulnerable children,” said Sean McConnell, Senior Director of Engagement for the organization. “They are people of deep faith and spirit. In this edition of Lenten Meditations, we look to the source of that faith, encountering Christ in the children they serve.”
The 2018 Lenten Meditations series focuses on the gifts of children in poignant and joyous recollections and reflections of educators, caregivers, parents and grandparents.
In the Episcopal Church, Lent has been designated as a time to remember Episcopal Relief & Development’s response to global issues. Many congregations will observe Episcopal Relief & Development Sunday on February 18 which is the first Sunday of Lent or on another convenient time during the season. For additional information and planning guides, go to https://www.episcopalrelief.org/church-in-action/church-campaigns/plan-an-episcopal-relief-and-development-sunday.
To have printed copies of the Lenten Meditations in English or Spanish by Ash Wednesday, February 14, orders must be received by Episcopal Marketplace before Thursday, February 1. Orders may be placed by visiting http://www.episcopalmarketplace.org, calling 1.866.937.2772 or emailing sales(at)episcopalmedia.org.
Lenten booklets and other resources including hope chests, pew envelopes, bulletin inserts and special prayers are available at https://www.episcopalrelief.org/church-in-action/church-campaigns/lent. Supporters are invited to sign up for daily email meditations in English and Spanish.
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