World Day of Prayer

Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk


6th March 2020 - Zimbabwe

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Message from the Chair

Y-Pray? Conference

Our third Y-Pray? Conference, was a great success, enjoyed by all. A report and photos will be published on our website, soon.

I hope and pray that we all enjoyed and learnt from the service that the Christian women of Slovenia put together for us. Please don’t forget to send some photographs of the action, but above all please remember that the Day of Prayer is not the end: after informed prayer comes prayerful action.
Every blessing

Elizabeth Burroughs
Chairperson, National Committee for England, Wales & Northern Ireland

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Today is our Annual General Meeting at the head office in Tunbridge Wells. We will elect two appointed officers and discuss arrangements to share the 2020 service... and run through the final stages of the writing process for the 2022 service. A packed day - please keep us in your prayers!

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Today is our Annual General Meeting at the head office in Tunbridge Wells. We will elect two appointed officers and discuss arrangements to share the 2020 service... and run through the final stages of the writing process for the 2022 service. A packed day - please keep us in your prayers!The sun in shining and God is good!

 

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Today is World Bee Day! 🐝 Bees are an integral part of many of the world’s ecosystems; they pollinate nearly three quarters of the plants which produce 90% of the world’s food. Ensuring food security for the world’s poorest communities relies on a healthy population of bees.

Beekeepers like Asefa, who lives in rural Ethiopia, help keep bee populations healthy and protected. Bees also provide a secure form of income, as keepers can sell their honey; Asefa and his family rely on bees for their livelihood. Thanks to All We Can, Asefa has been able to improve his beehive from a traditional one to a newer, more efficient model. The new model protects him from unwanted bee strings, increases the productivity of the bees and makes it easier to access the all-important honey.

"I love bees", says Asefa. "that’s why I participate in these activities and am a beekeeper."
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This last weekend Helen and Gemma went to the YPray? young women's conference at Swanwick. It was a real honour to be part of the conference and leading worship - it's the third YPray?, and it is developing into a really special annual event. Next year's is at King's Park in Northampton from 1st-3rd May. Here's a couple of photos - Gemma and Helen singing 'Engraved upon my palms', and Helen leading worship in the closing service with Louise from Northern Ireland playing guitar. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you, Marlene!

The members of the World Day of Prayer Northern Ireland Executive Committee World Day of Prayer NI were sorry to hear from Marlene Moore that she felt the time had come to step down from the Committee. Marlene has been a faithful member of the committee for many years, as well as serving on the National Committee World Day of Prayer - England, Wales and Northern Ireland – including a time as the Chair.

The Northern Ireland Committee felt we couldn’t just let her go without the opportunity of thanking her. So we invited her to coffee, and presented her with a hand-crafted cross-shaped brooch and an orchid plant.

So, thank you, Marlene – for all your support and encouragement for the work of World Day of Prayer, and may God bless you as begin to explore new ways of serving Him.
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A prayer #ForOurCommonHome.

Join thousands of others by calling on Theresa May to end the UK's contribution to the climate crisis.

Loving God, we pray for those
who, through unexpected loss
find their lives torn apart by grief.
Wrap your arms around them,
let them feel your warmth
fill the emptiness in their hearts,
hear your gentle whisper...

Today is our Annual General Meeting at the head office in Tunbridge Wells. We will elect two officers, discuss arrangements to share the 2020 service... and finalise the 2022 service. A packed day - please keep us in your prayers!

The sun in shining and God is good!

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