From 23rd February 2021, each day there will be a thought for the day about Vanuatu and the wider world, led by leaders of Christian denominations in Scotland, followed by a prayer led by a member of the Scottish World Day of Prayer committee.
Join us each day on the World Day of Prayer Scotland Facebook page and also on our website,
Materials for 2021 have been written by the women of Vanuatu.
On Friday 5th March Augustine United Church, Edinburgh, are hosting a virtual World Day of Prayer service. There will be participation by women, men and young people from all over Scotland and it will be led by musicians of Augustine United Church.
Join using the Zoom link
Webinar ID: 895 9398 3883
Or phone 0131 4601196. And you will be asked for the above webinar ID and passcode. There may be costs involved.
A Service led by the International Committee and the ladies of Vanuatu has been set up and this will be posted on the World Day of Prayer Scotland Facebook page and also on our website, to be accessed from Friday 5th March.
I had an idea to create something for the 40 days of lent (Mondays to Saturdays) and I have begun uploading 40 videos that last about 2 to 3 minutes only. They are simply a reading from the bible followed by a short prayer with music and video. If anyone in the district is interested in “journeying with us” in this simple, meditative way the link is as follows: Lent Meditations – YouTube
Rev Chris Jackson – Moray Coast
The Joint Public Issues Team, representing the Methodist Church, Church of Scotland, Baptist Union and United Reformed Church, is hosting a coffee morning online to help churches run a Climate Sunday.
Thursday 18th February 2021, 11.30 am to 12 noon.
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Action for Children invites you to count your blessings during Lent. Download all four pages, and learn more about the work of AfC.
Cheques may be sent to the Glasgow office – 17 Newton Place, Glasgow, G3 7PY or you can use the website link to donate online.
The new Connexion magazine’s theme is Light of Life.
Read about John Wesley and slavery, the Church in the Street services each Sunday, racism, prison chaplaincy and more.
Do you need a speaker this Christian Aid Week? We would love to be invited to speak at your worship service and this year we are not constrained by geography!
With the wonders of technology, staff and volunteer speakers can appear on your screens and let you know a bit more about biblical justice and the amazing work that our partners are doing to lift people out of poverty.
To book a speaker, please e-mail Charlie on firstname.lastname@example.org
Racial Justice Sunday is normally observed on the second Sunday in February. Resources are available.
All We Can has produced resources for Lent 2021.
Download a copy of a daily devotional – free, or an all-age resource for families.