A schedule for reading the Gospel of Mark in Lent
As you are reading through the gospel, keep these two questions in mind:

Who is Jesus in this passage?

In light of this passage, who is Jesus to you?

Mark in Lent, 2024
Ash Wednesday February 14 Mark 1:1-13
Thursday February 15 Mark 1:14-34
Friday February 16 Mark 1:35-45
Saturday February 17 Mark 2:1-17
February 18 First Sunday in Lent
Monday February 19 Mark 2:18-28
Tuesday February 20 Mark 3:1-19
Wednesday February 21 Mark 3:20-34
Thursday February 22 Mark 4:1-20
Friday February 23 Mark 4:21-41
Saturday February 24 Mark 5:1-20
February 25 Second Sunday in Lent
Monday February 26 Mark 5:21-43
Tuesday February 27 Mark 6:1-29
Wednesday February 28 Mark 6:30-56
Thursday February 29 Mark 7:1-23
Friday March 1 Mark 7:24-36
Saturday March 2 Mark 8:1-21
March 3 Third Sunday in Lent

Monday March 4 Mark 8:22-9:1
Tuesday March 5 Mark 9:2-12
Wednesday March 6 Mark 9:13-32
Thursday March 7 Mark 9:33-50
Friday March 8 Mark 10:1-31
Saturday March 9 Mark 10:32-52
March 10 Fourth Sunday in Lent
Monday March 11 Mark 11:1-19
Tuesday March 12 Mark 11:20-33
Wednesday March 13 Mark 12:1-27
Thursday March 14 Mark 12:28-43
Friday March 15 Mark 13:1-23
Saturday March 16 Mark 13:24-37

March 17 Fifth Sunday in Lent

Monday March 18 Mark 14:1-11
Tuesday March 19 Mark 14:12-26
Wednesday March 20 Mark 14:27-42
Thursday March 21 Mark 14:43-65
Friday March 22 Mark 14:66-72
Saturday March 23 Mark 15:1-15

March 24 Palm Sunday
Monday of Holy Week March 25 Mark 15:16-20
Tuesday of Holy Week March 26 Mark 15:21-24
Wednesday of Holy Week March 27 Mark 15:25-32
Maundy Thursday March 28 Mark 15:33-41
Good Friday March 29 Mark 15: 42-47
Holy Saturday March 30 Mark 16:1-20

Sunday, March 31: Easter Day

Reading Schedule credit: the Diocese of Saskatchewan, 2017

Denominational Resources

The Episcopal Church

The mission of the church, as stated in the Book of Common Prayer’s catechism, is “to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ.” In step with that mission, The Episcopal Church follows Jesus into loving, liberating, and life-giving relationships with God, with each other, and with the earth.  We are the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.

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Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

We are the church that shares a living, daring confidence in God’s grace. Liberated by our faith, we embrace you as a whole person–questions, complexities and all. Join us as we do God’s work in Christ’s name for the life of the world.

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Episcopal Church of New Hampshire

The Episcopal Church of New Hampshire comprises 48 congregations from Colebrook to Nashua, Claremont to Portsmouth. We are discovering God’s mission in the world and listening to what God calls us to challenge and confront anew. We do this work in churches, communities, forests, on mountaintops, and on the sea.

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ELCA – New England Synod

Aka the Lutheran movement in New England. We are a people passionately committed to rolling up our sleeves and engaging with the vast needs of our times, as well as the complex questions that surround us. Lutherans are people of grace, God’s grace. When we are at our best, we embody it in our words and our actions. At the same time, we make no pretense of being a perfect people. Instead we consider ourselves, “sinners anonymous”, people who are deeply hungry for God in Christ in our lives and our world.

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News Resources

Episcopal News Service

Episcopal-focused news, features, and information

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Prayer Resources

Prayers @ Forward Movement

Forward Movement provides prayer resources and links for praying daily prayers, daily office, bible readings and more They also publish the daily meditation Forward Day by Day, which has been inspiring readers since 1935.

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Camp Resources

Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center

The Barbara C. Harris Center invites you and your community into the New England woods and water in order to rejuvenate your spirit, return to who you are and what you love, and discover new ways to love and serve. Our mission is rooted in the legacy of the Rt. Rev. Barbara C. Harris and the values of the Episcopal Church: welcome to all, especially the vulnerable; care for creation; and walking the way of love.

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Calumet is a ministry of the Lutheran Church, ELCA. Because this is a place where people meet love in action, hope in flight, justice-seeking at every turn, and compassion for each one in all we do — this is known to Calumet Nation as a special and sacred spot.

At Calumet, we strive to reach out to people from all walks of life. We seek to gather them together in a safe and secure environment where they can think about their spiritual connection, laugh with each other, grow in friendship, and dig deep into their personal journey.

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Town of Claremont Community Resources

Community Center

Southwestern Community Services

TLC Family Resource Center

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