Presbyterian Prayer Partnership


SUN, JAN 14— We pray for Presbyterian World Service & Development partners that support vulnerable women and help them to access loans, purchase cows and build sustainable livelihoods as dairy farmers.

MON, JAN 15—We pray for churches that are going through times of transition. May they be open to seeing and acting on God’s will.

TUE, JAN 16— Give thanks for Presbyterians across Canada who faithfully support the ministries made possible through Presbyterians Sharing.

WED, JAN 17— We pray for our Chief of Defence Staff, General Jonathan Vance and our Minister of Defence, Mr. Harjit Sajjan. Watch over them and the work that they do, may they find strength for all that is placed upon them.

THU, JAN 18— We pray for the Rev. Devon Pattemore who serves as the convenor of the Minister Committee for the Presbytery of Assiniboia.

FRI, JAN 19— We pray for courageous individuals and organizations defending human rights around the world.

SAT, JAN 20— We pray for Ministers of Word and Sacraments serving in congregations for the first time.

MINUTE FOR MISSIONReady  to go back to work
Presbyterians Sharing is helping to transform the lives of people in Montreal’s Little Burgundy neighbourhood. The statistics for Little Burgundy are grim: 2/3 of children and youth live below the poverty line and 32% of students drop out before finishing high school. But Tyndale St.-Georges Community Centre is helping provide community members with the tools they need to realize their dreams, at every life stage. Tyndale’s employment programs not only teach job search techniques, but also build self-esteem and life skills. Jane shares, “I came to Tyndale during the lowest time in my life, and I decided to give it a shot. I was looking for something to bring back my self-confidence that would enable me to go back to the workforce. And Tyndale delivered exactly what I was looking for. And now I’m strong, I’m back again, and I’m ready to go back to work!” Presbyterians Sharing helps people transform their lives and realize their dreams.