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What’s in YOUR Lent in a Bag: Shared Photos!

“Jesus went into the wilderness for 40 days ‘to be tested’. What constitutes wilderness in your life? What have you learned there? What might you learn there?”

 

 

Sharing Lent in a Bag
Last week we asked readers of Building Faith to send in their pictures of Lent in a Bag. Thank you to all who responded! Here are some beautiful images from churches of all denominations, all across the country. Want to add your picture of Lent in a Bag to this post? Just email your photo to buildingfaithcmt@gmail.com.

 

Chapel of the Cross – Chapel Hill, North Carolina

 

First Congregational UCC – North Ridgeville, Ohio

 

Church of the Ascension – Knoxville, Tennessee

Christ the King Lutheran Church – Bozeman, Montana

 

St. Matthias’ Episcopal Church – Minocqua, Wisconsin

 

First United Methodist Church – Grove, Oklahoma

 

St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church – Annapolis, Maryland

 

St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church – Parsippany, New Jersey

 

Mt. Denson Cumberland Presbyterian Church – Springfield, Tennessee

 

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church – Madison, Wisconsin

 

Mission Hills United Church of Christ – San Diego, California

 

Presbyterian Church of Chestertown – Chestertown, Maryland

Good Shepherd United Methodist Church – Woodbridge, Virginia

The Parish of the Epiphany – Winchester, Massachusetts

St. Johns Episcopal Church – Ellicott City, Maryland

Christ Church Episcopal – Greenville, South Carolina


St. Peters Anglican Church – Williams Lake, British Columbia

St. James Episcopal Church – Marietta, Georgia

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – Delray Beach, Florida

 

 


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One Response to “What’s in YOUR Lent in a Bag: Shared Photos!”

  1. Sherry Bingaman says:

    I’ve done the original Lent in a Bag, so I like seeing some of the variations. It would be nice, though, if we could actually read the pamphlets that accompany them.

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