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

Reflect, create space, encounter God

The Rt Revd Graham Usher Bishop of Norwich reflects upon the first Easter morning.

An Easter Day message from The Rt Revd Alan Winton Bishop of Thetford.

A reflection for Holy Saturday by The Reverend Canon Andrew Bryant Canon for Mission & Pastoral Care at Norwich Cathedral.

Coronavirus cross reflections for Good Friday by Revd Canon Susanna Gunner.

Feet, Jesus and Vulnerability. A reflection for Maundy Thursday by The Reverend Dr Peter Doll Canon Librarian at Norwich Cathedral.

Our reflection for Wednesday 31st March is from Pam Kelsey reflecting on praying in the garden of Gethsemane.

A reflection for Tuesday 30th March
'Today I Must Follow' a reflection from Revd Deb Cousins.

A reflection for Tuesday 30th March
A reflection from Balázs Mesterházy Director at Kőszeg Evangelical Grammar School, Hungary.

Meditation for Monday 29th March
'You are a Sacred Space' a meditation on Mark 11:17 by Revd Deborah Hamilton-Grey

Reflection for Palm Sunday
A reflection on Wilhelm Morgner's painting 'Entry of Christ into Jerusalem' by Michael Hamilton-Grey.

Reflection #39
A music reflection for Lent by Peter Shearer

Reflection #38
Lent reflection about the Passover meal Jesus shared with His disciples' is brought to us by Rabbi Binyamin Sheldrake from Adat Yeshua Messianic Synagogue in Norwich, Norfolk.

 

Reflection #37
Our next Lent reflection is from Peter Shearer the music is from an original composition called 'Listen to my Son' with paintings by Sue Piper, Abi Wickham and Joan Draper (Abi's gran) who passed away at the age of 101. Poem by Sue Piper.

 

Reflection #36
Lent reflection about 'The Jewish Sabbath' is brought to us by Rabbi Binyamin Sheldrake from Adat Yeshua Messianic Synagogue in Norwich, Norfolk.

 

Reflection #35
Out of the embers by Revd Deb Cousins.

 

Reflection #34
Reflecting on the Fourth Station of the Cross, Jesus meets his mother, the poem by Eleanor Makepeace is the voice of Mary. The music is performed by Geraldine Allen (clarinet) and Sarah Rodgers (piano).

 

Reflection #33
A new (copyright-free) song and video from poet Lucy Berry. A song of comfort for times of trouble.

 

Reflection #32
YHWH a powerful reflection based on a poem from Sh'maya.

 

Reflection #31
This Lent Reflection entitled 'The slow work of God' is brought to us by Helen Randall.

 

Reflection #30
A Lenten meditation on the words from a poem "Blessing in the Chaos" by Jan Richardson.

 

Reflection #29
The Risk of Love by Sándor Cserháti pastor of Szeged Lutheran Church in Hungary.

Reflection #28
'Global reflections on 'Nonviolence'. A project of Pax Christi International. Final video in series. Nonviolence in Action.

Reflection #27
'Global reflections on 'Nonviolence'. A project of Pax Christi International. Session 3. Planning for Nonviolence.

Reflection #26
'Global reflections on 'Nonviolence'. A project of Pax Christi International. Session 2. Understanding Nonviolence.

Reflection #25
'Global reflections on 'Nonviolence'. A project of Pax Christi International. Session 1. Defining Nonviolence.

Reflection #24
'The Next Generation' our 24th reflection in Lent is a challenging message from children about their needs, dreams and desires. www.max7.org

Reflection #23
'Help Me Home' is an original song written and performed by Revd Grant Bolton--Debbage. (used with permission)

Reflection #22
This reflection for Lent inspires us to contemplate God in creation

Reflection #21
Our Lent reflection entitled 'To Be In His Presence' is by Revd. Rachel Alexander, Rector at St Mary's Snettisham in Norfolk.

Reflection #20
'New Beginnings' Reflection number 20 is brought to us by Lea Jamieson from Cromer, Norfolk.

Reflection #19
A meditation for Lent based on the words of Isaiah 61 by Revd Deborah Hamilton-Grey.

Reflection #18
Lent reflection number 18 'Serenity Prayer' has been provided by The Revd. Canon Nigel Tuffnell Rector of the 7 churches that make up the Benefice of Redenhall with Scole.

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 Nibble 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).