During Lent, we’re reflecting on the ways that life often calls us to let go. Relationships. Visions of our future. Old ways of doing things that aren’t fruitful anymore. In this weekend’s gatherings, our friend, Becky Ykema, led our community in some practices to reflect on and engage our own stories of letting go. Sometimes letting go of these things can feel a bit like dying, but that’s why Lent is a good time for this reflection. And as we make our way to Good Friday and Easter, we remember Jesus’ death and resurrection, knowing that he walks with us in those small deaths.
Today’s gathering includes the practices of singing, breath prayer, communal reading, open floor, holy space, and the Eucharist. If you would like to join us in the practice of Eucharist, make sure to have some form of cracker or bread and wine or juice.