Lent 2016 Daily Calendar from the Presbyterian Hunger Program

The Lent 2016 daily calendar, "Tread Lightly for Lent," from the Presbyterian Hunger Program, is now available.

This daily calendar is a quick and easy way to stay mindful of all God's creation throughout the season of Lent. As we slow down, reflect, take on spiritual disciplines, and give up distractions during the season of Lent, what parts of God's creation call our attention, remind us of God, or invite us to become more deeply the people God has created us to be? In this calendar are reflection questions, readings, facts, stories, and suggested actions to draw you more deeply into relationship with God and all God's creation, as you make your way through Lent.

(If you prefer a Word version to cut and paste and share with others, it is available here.)

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  1. would love to have a calendar like this for children!

    by Patrice Pickett

    February 17, 2016

  2. While we couldn't fit daily scriptures on this short pdf, it is a helpful reminder that for devotional life in Lent, there are daily readings on-line at https://www.presbyterianmission.org/site_media/media/uploads/devotions/2016/daily_readings_for_lent_2016.pdf. While our calendar is for reflection-action with simple daily suggestions, there are many wonderful resources compiled here: http://www.pcusa.org/news/2016/2/9/pcusa-offers-wide-variety-resources-lent/.

    by Rebecca Barnes

    February 10, 2016

  3. This is a beautiful calendar - but is there a way to access it and/or print it so that it doesn't waste so much paper and colored ink? Perhaps there's a way to have a daily email with that day's reflection rather than printing the whole calendar? Thanks ~

    by Jane Swanson

    February 10, 2016

  4. We would have appreciated daily scripture readings in this calendar.

    by Carolina Treviño

    February 10, 2016

  5. I love this, and so does our Environmental Stewardship Committee! We share it with our congregation via email, then print a few for others to see. Thanks, Rebecca!

    by Janet Hamill

    January 28, 2016