Daily lent reflections from Ash Wednesday (17 February) - Easter Day (4 April)

Reflect, create space, encounter God

Reflection #17
That's My King Dr S M Lockridge, a moving video of images and audio of the famous sermon "Seven Way King" as spoken by Dr. S.M. Lockridge. Created by Albert Martin.

Reflection #16
Our Daily Nible by Revd Deb Cousins

Reflection #15
Our 15th reflection for Lent is a video meditation on the healing nature of God by Michael Hamilton-Grey.

Reflection #14
The reflection on the 14th day of Lent is brought to us by Rev'd Sr. Mary A'Herne-Smith Team Vicar for The Four Villages (Thrussington with Ratcliffe-on-the-Wreake, Rearsby, and Queniborough)

Reflection #13
Our 13th Lent Reflection is an original song composed and sung by The Revd Grant Bolton-Debbage. (used with permission).

Reflection #12
Reflection number 12 is based around hiding oneself in God brought to us by Helen Randall.

Reflection #11
The Revd Deb Cousins brings us our 11th Lent reflection entitled 'Leaning in to Lent'.

Reflection #10
Amazing Grace from Revd Helen Rengert recorded at St. Faiths Little Witchingham in Norfolk.

Reflection #9
Revd Chris an RAF Chaplain has produced this reflection about how the kingdom of God is like a party.

Reflection #8
Sue Piper shares with us something she wrote during the pandemic entitled Hope. This is number 8 in our Lent Reflections series.

Reflection #7
The Eternal Journey by Peter Ruxton

Reflection #6
Lent Reflections number 6 from The Revd Canon Keith James

Reflection #5
The fifth video of our Lent Reflections entitled 'Lent Wilderness Experience' by Julie Swinto

Reflection #4
The fourth video of our Lent Reflections entitled 'The colour has not gone' is brought to us by Revd Annie Bltyh.

Reflection #3
The third video of our Lent Reflections is brought to us by Jack Lawson.

Reflection #2
The second video of our Lent Reflections is titled Wilderness by Helen Randall.

Reflection #1
The first video of our Lent Reflections The Oswald Prayer in the Celtic tradition spoken to the music 'Carter Ground' by Sarah Rodgers Geraldine Allen (clarinet) Sarah Rodgers (piano).