Do you love Lent Madness? Of course you do! Then why not promote it on your own website or blog. People in your parish would quite enjoy having an enjoyable competition to cheer and jeer, as opposed to focusing only on your scintillating program exploring the late medieval theories of atonement (as viewed through the lens of continental scholasticism).

Here are two graphics you can use to promote Lent Madness. If you want something else, contact Scott or Tim.

Lent Madness 2012Lent Madness 2012

If you want to use the left one on your site, here’s some code to copy:

<a href="http://www.lentmadness.org/"><img alt="Lent Madness 2012" src="http://www.lentmadness.org/images/LM_Widget_V.jpg" width="120" height="240" /></a>

And here’s the code for the right one:

<a href="http://www.lentmadness.org/"><img alt="Lent Madness 2012" src="http://www.lentmadness.org/images/LM_Widget_H.jpg" width="234" height="60" /></a>

When you paste the code onto your website, make sure there are no line breaks (returns) within the code. It should all be on one line.

6 Comments to "Widgets"

  1. January 25, 2012 - 4:59 pm | Permalink

    Hey Tim,

    So glad you are now friends with Church of the Holy Spirit – it lets me see great things like this that you post! I am going to ask our rector about putting the widget up on the homepage. And I just subscribed via my personal email.

    Also…the Baltimore Sun article was really good.

    Tim Trussell-Smith, Church of the Holy Spirit, Wayland

  2. January 25, 2012 - 7:30 pm | Permalink

    Thanks, Tim! (One day we’ll form a coalition to support St. Timothy who didn’t fare so well last year). Don’t let a pesky rector stand in the way — most of them don’t even know what a widget is. Neither do they ever look at the church web site.

  3. January 27, 2012 - 4:27 pm | Permalink

    Great – the widget is on my blog and it works. And I’m a priest in charge, not a rector, so I guess that’s why I know what a widget is ( ! ). I do have to ask my webmaster, however, to put the widget on the web page, which I will do post haste. The website address I gave is my blog. The church’s website is http://graceb2u.com/
    Now, to figure out how to get this on my facebook page.

  4. Tony Davies's Gravatar Tony Davies
    February 8, 2013 - 9:51 am | Permalink

    I’d love to link to Lenten Madness on the website of my church in North Carolina.
    But first would you please take down the Keep Calm and Carry On parody. In case you don’t know the
    story behind this poster, it was one of several that the British government prepared during WWII. It was
    never used, because it was intended for use only after a German invasion had started. An invasion that
    would have almost certainly been successful.
    As the poster was never used all copies were supposed to have been destroyed. It was forgotten until
    one turned up at (I believe) a garage sale a few years ago. And now it’s a meme.
    Anyway, if you’re British and of my parents’ generation or mine, a parody of this poster is about as much
    fun as a theme park sited next to Auschwitz.
    Many thanks in anticipation – Tony Davies

  5. February 15, 2013 - 11:46 am | Permalink

    Hi Scott and Tim – got the widget – we’re ready to go up here at the border! I’m just a lowly vicar, so I do know what a widget is, so no problems – it took me about 30 seconds to get that on our humble website. Thanks for the fun! – Andrea