Ahavah Ehyeh (ahavah) wrote,
Ahavah Ehyeh
ahavah

World Day of Prayer

It's time for Unity's 14th annual World Day of Prayer!

As a chaplain at the Unity Center of Christianity in Fletcher, I was asked to assist by hosting a two-hour block during our church's WDoP celebration. From midnight last night until midnight tonight, someone will be at the church to pray and hold sacred space. We have prayer lists that people have turned in, and we will both hold those names in prayer as well as be available for anyone who wants to drop by for some one-on-one prayer time.

In the past, and I'm fairly sure this is still the case, we sent those prayer lists on to Unity Village, where they stay for a month and are **continuously** prayed for by the wonderful folks at Silent Unity.

I will be on duty at church from 8-10 pm EST (not that time is relevant when it comes to matters of spirit). I am screening comments for confidentiality purposes. If you have any names that you would like me to add to my prayer list, feel free to leave them here.

From WorldDayofPrayer.org:

World Day of Prayer is an opportunity for humankind to experience a transformation of health, abundance, and love on a global level. This year our intention is focused on world peace.

Download the Peace Flag

Find a participating church or center near you (ha! Ours is not on there, so check your yellow pages if you don't find anything!)

Request information packet (Packet includes a Prayer List, detailed information on how you can participate, a Peace Flag, a 30 Days to Peace Calendar, and a special invitation you may pass along to a friend.)

Affirm:

We are peacemakers, one in the love of God.
With hearts united, we establish harmony and peace
in our lives and in the world.


And so it is!
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