We pray for Lieutenant-Navy Mike Rundle, who serves as a regular force military chaplain in Kingston, Ont., and for his ministry of presence with the diverse communities that are part of the Canadian Armed Forces.
We give thanks for all of the people who generously give their time to the church throughout the year in big and small ways.
We pray for the ministries and mission of the Presbytery of Essex-Kent.
We pray for evangelism coaches, the Revs. Andrew Campbell, Jonathan Hong and Ross Lockhart. May they be blessed with wisdom as they guide congregations to share the good news.
August 16, 2020 Genesis 45:1–15 and Psalm 133 OR Isaiah 56:1, 6–8 and Psalm 67 Romans 11:1–2a, 29–32 Matthew 15: (10–20), 21–28
We pray for the health and wellness of Indigenous communities of the world.
We pray for Indigenous women in Guatemala as Presbyterian World Service & Development helps empower them and improve their self-esteem.
We give thanks for the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a guiding light on the path to justice and reconciliation.
In the wake of the devastating chemical explosion in Beirut, the PCC offers our heartfelt prayer to all those who have died, been injured, or displaced in the disaster, as well as to all the rescue workers who are tirelessly looking for survivors.