This week’s theme of rebuilding has visited many aspects of challenge and growth that are a part of our lives. Today, our Lenten practice is to form words of challenge and growth together as an acrostic poem. The words do not have to “flow” from one to another. The beauty is in seeing the patterns […]
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If you were a follower of last year’s “Sacred Space” you may recall that one of the weekly practices we did together was to practice writing short, acrostic poems on each weekly theme. This week offers a perfect opportunity to revisit that practice…even if you’ve never written an acrostic poem before. An acrostic uses the […]
This week’s acrostic poem uses the word, “STILL” S T I L L Sit in stillness and allow your words to form, then sit in stillness with the words and allow your words to “speak back” to you today. Listen to the still, small voice that connects you with Divine Presence in this very […]
Today, write an acrostic poem using the word LIGHT L I G H T If you’re in our virtual community, you can post your poem below. Or, stop by St. Thomas and hang your poem with others on our “Sacred Space” tree branches.
Write an acrostic poem using the word “Blessing”: B L E S S I N G What words form in your mind when you consider your blessings? Post your poem in the comments section (below) either anonymously or with your name. Or, write it down and bring it to the parish hall to display in […]