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Lenten Reflections 2021

Admiral Church welcomes you.


Scroll to the bottom of this page to find instructions for Admiral's 2021 Lenten devotional practices.

For your personal reflection, you can hover over the bottom of this video to find the segment you wish to view throughout the Lenten season. This also is part of our collective reflection time each week.


MATTHEW 21:1-11
Reflections on Palm Sunday

for the week of February 18

3. View the "Palm Sunday | palm cross" segment of the Holy Week Meditation video at the top.
 

How do you remain faithful through triumph and tragedy?


JOHN 13:1-15
Reflections on Service

for the week of February 25

3. View the "Service | basin and towel" segment of the Holy Week Meditation video at the top .

How does Jesus call you to service?


MATTHEW 26:3-5, 14-25, 30-35, 36-45, 69-75
Reflections on the Betrayals

for the week of March 4

2. View the "Betrayals | piece of silver" segment of the Holy Week Meditation video at the top .

How have you betrayed Jesus' teachings?


MATTHEW 26:26-28
Reflections on Spiritual Food

View the "Spiritual Food | communion cup" segment of the Holy Week Meditation video at the top .

How does Jesus feed you spiritually?


JOHN 13:34-35
Reflections on The Greatest Commandment

View the "Great Commandment | wooden chip" segment of the Holy Week Meditation video at the top .

What is your personal response to the Great Commandment?


MATTHEW 27:1-2,11-60
Reflections on the Passion

View the "Passion | nail" segment of the Holy Week Meditation video at the top .

"Were you there when they crucified my Lord?"


If you are a member of Admiral Church, you should have received a packet of symbolic items and a journal to aid in reflection each week throughout Lent. How to use these materials:

Collectively) You can join other members of the congregation for prayer and contemplation Thursdays during Lent at 8:00 pm on Zoom using the links above.

Personally) You can view each segment of “A Meditation for Holy Week” on YouTube via the link above.  


Light the candle to begin each session and use the symbolic items and journal prompts to invite you into contemplation.