Presbyterian Prayer Partnership
PRESBYTERIAN PRAYER PARTNERSHIP:
SUN, SEPT 10— May all youth who are bullied and hurting be assured they have a heavenly father and a friend in Jesus, who is with them and will never leave them.
MON, SEPT 11—We pray for the children of our military families who are entering into a new school at this time. May they find hospitality and friendship from both the staff and their fellow students.
TUE, SEPT 12— Give thanks for the many Presbyterians appointed to serve on the standing committees of the General Assembly and ask for God’s guidance as they fulfill their various responsibilities.
WED, SEPT 13— Let us thank God for the faithfulness and generosity of congregations as they continue to support Presbyterians Sharing with their financial gifts and their prayers.
THU, SEPT 14— Pray that love and compassion drive out senseless violence around the world. Protect the Presbyterian World Service & Development partners delivering humanitarian aid to uprooted families.
FRI, SEPT 15— We pray for the Atlantic Mission Society as they meet for their annual meeting in North Sydney, Nova Scotia. May all who attend feel uplifted and renewed by this time of fellowship.
SAT, SEPT 16— God of hope, we pray for ministries that have closed this past year. May the love and message they carried continue in new forms.
MINUTE FOR MISSION— Making Presbyterian Connections
Presbyterian Connections is a new newspaper designed to unite Presbyterians by sharing stories, reflections, interviews and articles from across Canada. By equipping leaders, connecting congregations and missions and facilitating communication, the paper will help strengthen denominational ties across the country. Presbyterians are encouraged to subscribe, and stay connected!
After reading the first issue, one reader shared, “This publication is just
what we need to keep connected across the country. I especially appreciated
the very positive, hopeful and encouraging vibe of this issue. Thank you!” Presbyterians Sharing helps connect Presbyterians across Canada.