Prayer Matters Blog
Visit the Prayer Matters website to prompt and resource your personal prayer. It is compiled by Irene Bom, prayer promoter in the International Presbytery.
World Day of Prayer 2020
World Day of Prayer takes place internationally on the first Friday of March every year. In 2020 that will be March 6th If you can’t celebrate World Day of Prayer on the first Friday in March, choose another date that works for your community and you can celebrate in symbolic solidarity with women around the world!
The WDP 2020 program is based on Jesus’ encounter with a person who, although positioned for healing, had not acted upon the opportunities given (John 5:2-9a). Jesus asked –“Do you want to be made well?”with the theme “Rise! Take Your Mat and Walk”. You are faced with this life-changing question. What are you going to do? Use this opportunity to reflect with your WDP group, community and ecumenical partners. Prayer and action are what link us together around the globe.
You can find more information in the links below:
Folk and Scottish dancing
AGM Meeting 2020
Annual Remembrance Service
International United Peace Service 2019
International United Service for Peace 2019 on Sunday 10th November 20189
The service starts at 19:30, entrance is free.
It is 94 years ago that the Scots Church Rotterdam started this tradition. It involves ministers, priests or pastors from various international and migrant churches coming together for a service for peace.
Given that justice and peace are integral components of our Christian faith, it falls to each and every one of us to play our part in pursuing them, both in our lives and in our worship. We would encourage all who can to come along to this service on the 10th of November.
Speaker will be Rev. Derek Lawson. The Choir of the Holland Methodist
Light Up the World in Prayer
Join the global wave of prayer call al Christians to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ
Congregations, church members, and families across the country are being invited by the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland to take part in Thy Kingdom Come, a global prayer movement in 114 countries.
During the period from Ascension to Pentecost (30 May – 9 June) Christians around the world from South Sudan to South Korea will be encouraged to come together in prayer.
In-person services resumed since Sunday 6th June.
Our AGM – Annual General Meeting reviewing 2021 is scheduled on Sunday 26th September.
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