New Rhythm of Life Lent course launches

How we live the gospel in our daily lives will be explored this Lent, with our upcoming Rhythm of Life course.
The course will provide an opportunity to learn more about how we can provide structure to our lives in seven key areas: praying, reflecting, encouraging, sharing, resting, celebrating and creating.
The course will be a stepping-stone for further engagement with the Rhythm of Life, with six sessions, with online materials, for use with Zoom.
The diocese-wide course will begin on Wednesday February 24, and run for six weeks.
The Rt Revd Tony Robinson, Bishop of Wakefield, said: “The Rhythm of Life is simply a structure for looking at the demands of the gospel and making them more purposeful in our everyday lives. 
“I hope you’ll find the Rhythm of Life resources an aid to help you deepen your own pattern of daily living following Jesus, our Lord and Saviour.”
 The Revd Andrew Norman, Director of Ministry and Mission for the diocese, said: “The Lent Course is offered as a way of helping us benefit more fully from the Rhythms of God’s grace in our current circumstances. 
“We hope it will encourage further engagement with the Rhythm of Life in the months to come.” 
Each session will be 90 minutes in length, including a 10-minute break, and will include video clips, Bible passages, discussion questions and break out groups for discussion and prayer.
Click here to find out more and to sign up.
The materials can also be provided to parishes to run the course locally- please click here for more information.

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