These rich, symbolic images representing the liturgical seasons and holy days of Lent and Easter are meant for use by churches and ministries.
Beautifully designed and meticulously researched, these images are inspired by early Christian art and architecture such as mosaics, stained glass, icons, and other sacred works. We created this series of images to help your congregation, community, or group engage with the practice of visio divina throughout Lent and Eastertide, accepting the invitation to prayer through imagery.
Visio divina is a prayerful practice of sacred, or divine, seeing. It's similar to lectio divina but involves engaging with an image rather than a text. In visio divina we invite our hearts and imaginations to enter into a sacred image, in silence, to see what God might have to say to us.
- Print and digital files for 10 different seasons/holy days: Lent, Ash Wednesday, Annunciation of the Lord, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, Easter, Ascension of the Lord, and Pentecost
- Choose all color + black and white image files or black and white image files only.
Your purchase includes 10 artwork files suitable for use in both print (worship guides, bulletins) and digital (emails, social media, projection) applications. Use the files for any non-ticketed live events, such as worship services, liturgies, special events, or installations. Put them in emails and newsletters. Post them on websites or social media.
Please do not use the files for any commercial purpose. For example, please do not redistribute and/or sell the files, or use them to create any product to distribute or sell, printed or digital. Please do not alter the files in any way.
Please do not share the files with other churches or ministries. For multi-site churches or ministries with multiple campuses: your purchase covers a single site license, meaning each purchase is site-specific & covers one single campus. Each additional site/campus will need to purchase content separately.
Sacred Ordinary Days retains the rights to all files on this site. Your purchase simply conveys the license agreement that grants permission to use the files. Attribution is preferred and always appreciated, but not required. For example, you might include “Artwork by Sacred Ordinary Days. For more resources on Christian spiritual formation, prayer practices, and the liturgical year visit www.sacredordinarydays.com.”