I hope you are not yet stir crazy, still well stocked with food and supplies, even enjoying a break from the pace of life just a week ago.
Spending time in quiet is a major component of a healthy spiritual life with which we should avail ourselves at this moment in time to experience God’s presence, God’s larger promises and purposes. It is a good time for Lenten self-reflection, to take a personal inventory, both pluses and minuses, gifts and faults, to own ourselves absolutely in preparation for the general confession in Morning Prayer on Sunday.
At the same time, we understand that some of us might feel cut off, alone, and fearful. So, we have developed some points of contact to address this: