World Day of Prayer - Scotland

World Day of Prayer


Friday, 6th March 2009
The service comes from Papua New Guinea and the theme is:
In Christ there are Many Members, yet One Body

World Day of Prayer is an international, ecumenical, prayer movement initiated and carried out by Christian women in more than 180 countries and over 1000 languages. Every year Christians of many traditions and all ages, celebrate a common day of prayer on the first Friday in March.

World Day of Prayer services are held all around the world, beginning in Tonga and New Zealand in the east and continuing throughout the day to Samoa and Alaska in the west. We bring the needs of the world, and of the writing country in particular, before Almighty God knowing that He will hear and answer us, as we pray in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour.

God invites us to have a prayer relationship with Himself, but He also expects us to have concerned relationships with our neighbours, throughout the world. Prayer must be accompanied by action, as God moves our hearts and directs our thoughts.

World Day of Prayer - Inverness Meetings
Service prepared by the Christian women of Papua New Guineau

Morning Service
East Church Hall
at 10.30am

Led by: Heidi Jones and the ladies of Trinity Church Guild
Speaker: Rachel Hutcheson


Evening Service
Hilton Church
at 7.30pm

Speaker: Dr. Kevin McPhee
(who has spent time in Papua New Guineau)


For more information contact:

Mrs Heather Beck
Tel. 01463 234833
or by E-mail


Heather Beck, 02/03/2009

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