Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables is a familiar story. Most have read the book or have seen the Broadway musical or one of several screen adaptations. While we may not initially consider the story a typical Lenten topic, most will recognize the themes of justice, poverty, grace and love as consistent with those spoken by Jesus and our Christian calling.

Join Jesse Lee Church for our sixth annual church wide Lenten study using Pastor Matt Rawle’s The Grace of Les Miserables to help guide our exploration and deepen our faith.

All are welcome and invited to participate in this free offering and study.

It’s Easy to Get Involved

Step 1 – Get a Book

You can pick up your complimentary copy of The Grace of Les Miserables either under the portico at Jesse Lee Church at 207 Main Street, or at Books on the Common at 404 Main Street in Ridgefield.

We can also deliver a copy to you if you prefer. Click the link below and follow the Sign Up Genius prompts. Your book will be delivered to you within the week.

Step 2 – Choose a Group and Register

We have 16 different small groups to choose from in this six-week book study.

Each group will meet once a week for an hour via Zoom.
Find the day and time that works best for you and sign up.
We are looking forward to getting started in mid-February.

Watch this week’s accompanying Lenten Study video.

Password available through Small Group leaders, What’s Up or by requesting at egrabinowitz@gmail.com

Offered in partnership with Books on the Common