CLC invites on Sundays in Lent people to share their journey, experiences and thoughts during the time of our Lord’s passion.

CLC Chair and LCiGB Bishop Tor Berger Jørgensen attended Ash Wednesday service at St Anne’s Lutheran Church in London, and read thereafter his Lent message.

Lent message by Revd Dr Andrew Krauss, team vicar of the Parish of Cheddington with Mentmore, Church of England.

Could abstaining from work be a lent commitment? Listen to a reflection by Revd Mark Hardy from St Luke’s Lutheran Church in Leeds, LCiGB.

Did you know that there’s a “Lent tree” in Brazil? A Lenten reflection by Revd Dr Reynaldo F Leão-Neto, The Methodist Church in the UK.

Could fasting be also feasting? Rebacca Daniel, CLC Student Chaplain says that Lent is not only about giving up, but also about taking up a new way of living that will last beyond Lent. She shares a poem by American pastor and poet William Arthur Ward who sees a feasting in every fasting.

Uland Spahlinger, a former Bishop of the Lutheran Church in Ukraine says in CLC’s Lenten Journey reflection, “We are confronted with violence, torture and unbearable suffering, we are called to support victims and refugees, we are called to pray for wisdom among those who support Ukrainians in their fight for freedom, peace and independence.”