Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2015

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2015 imageThe Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is from Sunday 18th to Sunday 25th January 2015 

Churches Together in Harborne arranges a number of special events during this week as well as inviting each other to attend their regular times of prayer.

St John’s will be hosting a Prayer for Unity event at 7.30pm on Friday 23rd January.

The Bring and Share Unity Lunch will be held from 1pm on Sunday 25th January at St Peter’s Church.

Other times and events will be advertised at church or you can download the details here


Helen Nixon photoFor more information about the Week of Prayer contact Helen Nixon

Helen is St John’s Churches Together in Harborne representative.


This year’s theme – The Well is Deep –  comes to us from the churches of Brazil.

Brazilians, who have traditionally been tolerant of their various social classes and ethnic groups, are now living through a time of growing intolerance made manifest in high levels of violence, especially against minorities and the vulnerable.

The Brazilian churches have begun to recognise that intolerance should be dealt with in a positive way – respecting diversity and promoting dialogue as a permanent path of reconciliation and peace in fidelity to the gospel. We can share this recognition.

Jesus challenges us to acknowledge that diversity is part of God’s design, to approach one another in trust and to see the face of God in the face of all men and women.

The booklet that accompanies the week can be

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2015 image downloaded here


More information about the week can be obtained from the Churches Together in Britain and Ireland website






6th Jan 2015 Posted in: News by Stella Jennings 0

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