Category Archives: Lenten Reflections Archive


2016 Lenten Reflection -Mary

I know Rebecca has had me on her mind for doing a Lenten Reflection for a while now.  I think my friend Claudia may have intervened to give me a reprieve last year. But, my willingness to share my journey … Continue reading

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2016 Lenten Reflection – Caroline

Thank you, Rebecca, for suggesting that I share my faith journey and my care for Central Congregational Church during this Lenten reflection. It was an unexpected gift to be asked. My older brother Rick in NH and younger sister Jane … Continue reading

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2015 Lenten Reflection – Beverly

Lenten meditation 2015 Beverly Haviland I want to thank Rebecca for inviting me to share some thoughts about my faith journey—I really like this metaphor—and how I got to be here today with you. I also want to thank Diane … Continue reading

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Lenten Reflection – Judith

Lenten Meditation The Reluctant Servant Judith L. Drew, PhD, CRC -2.20.13 When Rebecca asked me to do this, I had several thoughts. The first was why me?  Quickly followed by the second, what do I have to offer? And of … Continue reading

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2012 Lenten Reflections – Christine

Lenten Reflections by Christine Parker I gave up fear and cheese for lent. Giving up the cheese was surprisingly easy. The fear, not so much. Have you ever noticed that when you pray to God for help in something, say … Continue reading

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