Lent 2021

Lent at St Andrew's Psalter Lane Church



Taizé Prayer for Lent on Zoom will be held on Wednesdays at 7.00 pm, from 24th February. Do join us for this time of quiet, reflective prayer as we prepare for Easter.  The service lasts about 30 minutes and will proceed without announcements or instructions.

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The Diocese of Sheffield Education resource “Lent at Home and School” details significant parts of the Christian calendar over the season (e.g. Mothering Sunday, St Patrick’s Day) and also adds some other significant dates (e.g. World Book Day, International Women’s Day)


Action for Children Count Your Blessings  What will you be doing this Lent? We'd like you to join us for 40 days of making life better for children across the UK.

We've created an inspiring calendar of activities. Each day, you'll be asked to do something meaningful. It might be giving money to those in need, saying a prayer for a child, or spreading the word about our work. So, download your copy here.


All We Can  News from Judith Loveman and Janet Clarke: Lent resources can be downloaded here. There are weekly emails including reflections, activities and prayers which will be sent direct to your email box. You’ll also be signed into regular emails about All We Can’s work with some of the world’s poorest communities. (You can unsubscribe at any time.)  It is also available as a booklet - please let Judith know if you would like a copy – Tel. 0114 255 1125.

PS  All We Can’s annual report for 2019/20 is now available and can be accessed on the website


40 Acts  This is a community of over 100,000 people across the globe who have decided to do Lent differently. For 10 years they have asked the question, "What if Lent could be about more than just giving stuff up?" So, 40Acts includes 40 challenges and 40 ways to make a difference.


Red Letter Christians Lent Calendar 2021: Resilient Discipleship  A downloadable calendar of daily reflections & simple practices to invest in spiritual resilience. It has been a tough season with difficult months still ahead. Many of us are tired. We are mourning. We are overwhelmed by the needs we see. Take a bit of time for peace, hopefulness and spiritual nourishment each day between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday.


Living Lent  The Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) invite you to become part of a community who will respond to the call to climate action by making significant personal commitments to changing our lifestyles for the climate. Living Lent is about recognising that changing our climate is not just an activity, but a lifestyle. The Living Lent community will share in this together, encouraging and challenging one another as we journey through Lent. Find out more and sign up now


Global Catholic Climate Movement Lenten Fast for Creation  Lent is a time of preparation for Easter and the celebration of the Paschal Mystery. During this time of fasting and renewal, we will embark upon a journey of ecological conversion through reflection, repentance, and renewal. Together. By committing to concrete changes through fasting and lifestyle changes, we will live more in solidarity with our Earth and each other and inspire our sisters and brothers to join this conversion process. You can join the Lenten Fast here


Rhythm of Grace – Guided Prayers for Lent  16 Free Guided Prayer Times.  Be inspired to pray, morning and evening every day. 


Some more ideas 


And not strictly for Lent - 

Arise Sheffield - Prayer in Action 2021  Arise, prayer-walk, and bring hope to your community. This March, followers of Jesus from across Sheffield will be using their daily walk to pray for the houses and streets they pass. The vision: to prayer-walk every street in Sheffield by Easter. Using the Arise app, believers can track their prayer walks, and street by street see an interactive prayer map light up. Each prayer will add to the bigger picture of love for this City and its people. For those unable to get out and shielding there will be opportunities for virtual prayer with others in the community.

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