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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019: January 18-25th

justiceJoin us for services during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The theme this year is: "Justice and only justice you shall pursue" - "Tu rechercheras la justice, rien que la justice." (Deuteronomy 16, 18-20)

At least once a year, Christians are reminded of Jesus’ prayer for his disciples that “they may be one so that the world may believe” (see John 17.21). Hearts are touched and Christians come together to pray for their unity. Congregations and parishes all over the world exchange preachers or arrange special celebrations and prayer services. The event that touches off this special experience is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.

This year the liturgy has been put together by an ecumenical group of Churches in Indonesia. Click here to visit the World Council of Churches, where you can find out more information and download the liturgy in various languages.

This worship theme and service emphasizes the importance of moving from our discourses about unity, justice, and mercy to action and concrete commitment, and to acts of unity, justice and mercy in our personal lives, and in the life of our Christian communities.

oikumeneJoin us for services throughout the Chaplaincy in 2019:

Watch this space, as more services are planned.

Saturday 19 Jan - 15:00, Ribérac Hospital Chapel, Dordogne

Sunday 20 Jan - 11:00, Sainte Foy la Grande, Gironde

Tuesday 22 Jan - 20:30, Bordeaux, Eglise Sainte Croix

Wednesday 23 Jan: 11:00, Belvès, Dordogne (followed by a shared meal)

For more information, please contact Amy Owensmith: 06 07 04 07 77, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

Unfortunately there has been some confusion about this because the Chaplaincy Newsletter continues to list contact information for the former Co-ordinator, Chris Train.
Many Apologies!’