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2015 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
The 2015 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity officially began in Edmonton on Sunday, January 18. In Edmonton, an ecumenical opening service was planned for Braemar Baptist Church, 7407 - 98 Avenue, at 7 p.m.
Worship materials for the 2015 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity have been prepared by ecumenical leaders from Brazil, and activities for the week are meant to have a distinctly Brazilian flavour. At Edmonton City Hall, a public display about the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity includes a number of Brazilian items and will be available for viewing all month.
The theme for the 2015 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is inspired by the encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman (John 4:7), an encounter that invites us to try water from a different well and also to offer a little water of our own. In diversity, we enrich each other.
The Week is a privileged moment for prayer, encounter and dialogue. It is an opportunity to recognize the richness and value that are present in the other, the different, and to ask God for the gift of unity.
Jan 18 - John Calvin Needs Your Help! Prayer Service - St Paul's United Church (11526 76 Ave)
Mar. 5-7 - “Bridging The Gap” National Youth Forum - Children of the Earth High School, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Jan. 24 to Mar. 14 - Mbira Workshops and Medication - Robertson-Wesley United Church (10209 - 123 Street)
Feb. 21 - UNITED for Bissell: Beyond the Flames and Flood - Southminister-Steinhauer ((10740 19th Ave )
Mar. 5 - Ladies Event Only - AT BAIT- ul – HADI MOSQUE (7005 – 98 Avenue)
Mar. 5 to Mar. 7 - Winter Refresher 2015 - St. Andrew’s College (Reminder)
Jan. 18, 2015 - Glimpse into the Galapagos St. Andrew’s United Church (9915 – 148 Street)
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