Reformation Sunday October 27, 2019 Joel 2:23–32 and Psalm 65 OR Jeremiah 14:7–10, 19–22 and Psalm 84:1–7 2 Timothy 4:6–8, 16–18 Luke 18:9–14
We pray for Dr. Allyson Carr who has just begun to take up her duties as the Associate Secretary of Justice Ministries within the Life and Mission Agency.
As the effects of conflict continue to weaken Yemen, we pray for the 16 million people facing severe hunger and PWS&D partners meeting urgent food needs.
We pray for those leading and attending the Atlantic Mission Society Presbyterial Fall Rally at Camp Keir in Prince Edward Island. May it be a time of fellowship and renewal.
We pray for David McIntosh and the Rev. Shinya Kim, co-directors of the Centre for Minority Issues and Mission in Japan, as they seek reconciliation and justice where racism and hate speech are on the rise.
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty We pray for all people who do not have enough healthy food, safe homes, or communities of support, as well as those seeking long-term solutions to end poverty and inequality.
World Food Day We give thanks for all the people who tend, harvest and prepare food. Pray that all people can share in God’s abundance and have enough nutritious food to eat.
Today we rejoice with the Presbyterian Church in Mauritius as they celebrate the 40th anniversary of the autonomy of their church. Please pray for the President, the Rev. Maurice Davantin and the Moderator, the Rev. France Cangy.
Using small group and individual weekly study guides, Presbyterians will journey through Advent reflecting on themes of God’s abundance as revealed through the small details of faith stories—a cry in the wilderness, a teenage mother, a worn down stable and a promise of a new day.
The Canadian Council of Churches' election guide serving as a source of reflection for all who are participating in this election.