10 Things To Be Thankful for this Thursday

Need some extra gratitude in your life? Here are 10 things Canterbury folks are thankful for today…maybe you can think of 10 more of your own! 1. Warmer weather!! 2. Time for self-improvement and reflection. 3. For my parents who support everything I do. 4. I’m so thankful for my supportive and loving family and friends….

Sushi Fridays

Lenten Sushi Friday with the Young Adult Network  Fridays in Lent (year round in fact) are traditionally days set aside for prayer and fasting. Some Young Adult groups have taken up a Lenten version of this fast called Sushi Fridays!  Join together with Young Adults for the final Sushi Friday of the season of Lent. …

Stations of the Cross online

Stations of the Cross is a spiritual discipline that many churches provide the opportunity to experience during the season of Lent.  The following links to a parish in Brooklyn that has created a unique artistic interpretation of the Stations of the Cross that you can visit in person, or online. Click here to read more…

Tuesday Noonday prayers

  Join with members of Canterbury Downtown for an offering of noonday prayer on Tuesdays at 12:30 pm at iG-CASL 238 Thompson Street, 4th floor room 484.  Liturgy will be used from Common Prayer: A Liturgy for Ordinary Radicals

2015 Lent Photo-a-day

Thank you friends in the Methodist tradition for this invitation to mark Lent by taking a snapshot a day reflecting  the daily word/theme.  Please share your photos with us at facebook.com/canterburynyc or twitter.com/caterburyncy

Ash Wednesday poem by TS Eliot

Ash-Wednesday by T S Eliot Because I do not hope to turn again Because I do not hope Because I do not hope to turn Desiring this man’s gift and that man’s scope I no longer strive to strive towards such things (Why should the aged eagle stretch its wings?) Why should I mourn The…

Grace Church daily Lenten devotional email

Thinking about a Lenten spiritual discipline? Want to engage in a practice of daily prayer but not sure where to start? Consider taking two minutes out of every day to pray using a brief devotional guide written by Grace Church parishioners for one another. This devotional guide is delivered via email each day during Lent and contains an…

Lent Madness starts today!

You’ve heard of March Madness, but have you discovered Lent Madness? This popular annual competition to see who will get the Golden Halo – and be the reigning saint (by popular vote) of the year?  Join with 4000+ Episcopalians and their friends, who have gotten into the fun of daily voting between two great persons…

Lent with Canterbury Downtown 2015

Today the season of Lent begins. A season of repentance and return to God.  A journey with Christ toward the cross.  A reminder that we are but dust, and to dust we shall return.  An invitation to set aside the things that distract us from our relationship with God, and and to take on disciplines…