"For Anglicans considering how to observe Lent this year , the Anglican Church of Canada is offering two online resources -- one, a study of the Gospel of John, and the other, a study of baptismal identity. 'Love life: Living the Gospel of love' is a Lenten video series produced by the brothers of the Society of St. John the Evangelist (SSJE) for the Anglican Church of Canada. Starting on Ash Wednesday, March 5 , those who subscribe on anglican.ca/lent2014 will receive daily emails that will include a short video and thought-provoking question to ponder during the day". "'Becoming the Story We Tell: renewing our commitment to Christ crucified and risen' is the other online resource that the national church has developed for Lenten study. It is available at anglican.ca/becoming. The resource had its beginnings with a 2012 task force examining questions about Christian hospitality and 'open table' -- inviting those who are not baptized to communion -- and expanded to a broader consideration of baptismal identity". Jesse Dymond, the General Synod's online community co-ordinator said "[b]oth resource are very useful ... 'I could see a parish using both in tandem actually, with separate groups". "The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is also offering a Lenten study that focuses on the issues of food security in relation to baptismal vows". "Kairos, an ecumenical social justice organization supported by the Anglican Church of Canada, also has an online weekly lectionary-based reflection series on kairoscanada.org called 'Spirited Reflections', which will reflect Lenten themes".