We are grateful for God’s mercy to forgive our sins, and we pray for courage and generosity to forgive others.
We pray for the people, ministries and mission of the Presbytery of Western Han-Ca.
The celebration of emancipation is important for the Black community because it represents freedom. Emancipation Day on August 1 calls us to fight for the freedom and equality of our kids, grandkids and great grandkids and end the ongoing harm of systemic racism.
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(World Day Against Trafficking in Persons) We pray for all victims and survivors of human trafficking, and we give thanks for those who work diligently to end all forms of human trafficking.
We pray for churches in the neighbourhoods where we live, and for growing relationships between denominations and church communities.
We pray for congregations as they discern who to call into positions of leadership.
We pray that our African church sisters will be able to come together for the triennial Tumekutana conference for African women in Cameroon in 2022.
We give thanks for God’s faithfulness and rejoice with the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria as it celebrates its 175th anniversary.
August 1, 2021 2 Samuel 11:26–12:13a and Psalm 51:1–12 OR Exodus 16:2–4, 9–15 and Psalm 78:23–29 Ephesians 4:1–16 John 6:24–35