We give thanks for Presbyterians who strive to build peace, build respect for human rights, honour right relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and care for God’s creation.
We pray for the establishment of your politics, economics and grace in the world.
Let us give thanks for our ecumenical sisters and brothers, as we follow together in the life of Christ.
As we prepare our flower and vegetable gardens, let us be thankful for the serenity of blessed Creation.
"It's a prayer of hope. It's a prayer that our God is alive," the Rev. Hugh Donnelly said about the song, "Let Justice Flow Down" during the morning worship of the final day of the National Presbyterian Women's Gathering on Monday, May 22. Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese of Save the Mothers gave the keynote address, [...]
May 28, 2017 - Ascension of the Lord Acts 1:6-14 Psalm 68:1-10, 32,35 1 Peter 4:12-14; 5:6-11 John 17:1-11 » More worship resources…
We pray for those in positions of authority for Chief of Defence Staff, General Jonathan Vance and Minister of Defence, Mr. Harjit Sajjan. Guide them in their decisions and grant them wisdom.
"Let justice flow down, down like a river," sang hundreds of voices of participants and guests on the third day of the National Presbyterian Women's Gathering, which opened with a worship service on the theme of "Possibility."Preaching on the story of Jeremiah, the Rev. Linda Ashfield said, "Perilous times call the faithful to put into [...]
Healing and Reconciliation Sunday - We pray for the healing of residential school survivors and their families and communities. May all communities respond to the Calls to Action and build strong foundations for justice and right relationship.