These United Methodist-related organizations have published Lenten studies online that can be downloaded and reproduced for free. The NC Conference Media Center recommends taking a look at these studies to share with your group or congregation.
The General Commission on Religion and Race offers this Lenten study on resisting racism. With options for each group and resources for each meeting, this study can be adapted to fit your purposes. There are sessions for each week as well as the major holidays during Lent. The full study can be found at https://www.resourceumc.org/en/content/lent-study-resisting-racism.
Roll Down, Justice!
The General Commission on Religion and Race of The United Methodist Church also offers a Lenten study that uses songs and written reflections to help you answer two questions: What are you prepared to give in order to have a closer walk with God? What can you give in order to embrace anew the work of justice? The free online version offers six videos and downloadable study guides with a place for online discussion. A complete worship experience based on this study is available for purchase. Access the free version here: http://www.gcorr.org/roll-down-justice-a-lenten-biblical-reflection/.
The Society of St. Andrew
The Society of St. Andrew works to end hunger. Every year, they offer a free Lenten devotional. You can order paper books in bulk for free or download the electronic copy. A Good Friday Fast booklet is also available. Download or request these materials at http://endhunger.org/lent.