Category Archives: Ecumenism

05 Mar
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World Council of Churches Ecumenical Water Network

  Seven Weeks for Water 2018 The daily struggle for water, especially for women   The fourth reflection of the of the “Seven Weeks for Water”, of World Council of Churches’ Ecumenical Water Network, is by Rev. Adelaida Jiménez Cortes, a pastor of the Presbyterian Church ...

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14 Feb
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World Council of Churches Ecumenical Water Network

Seven Weeks for Water 2018 This week marks the start of Lent, and an official opening service for the Seven Weeks for Water will take place in Bogota next Wednesday! As you are aware, every year since 2008, during the Lent ...

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31 Jan
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Racial Justice Sunday 2018

This year, resources for Racial Justice Sunday are available from the United Reformed Church (URC) and the Catholic Church in England and Wales. They can be used on Racial Justice Sunday or any time through the year. URC Resources from ...

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24 May
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Prayer for Manchester

Once again as a City, we find ourselves in closeness to others in the face of tragedy and sorrow, this time in solidarity with the people of Manchester and beyond. Every day, acts of terror scourge our world. May our ...

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08 Apr
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Pause for Hope

St Mirin’s Cathedral, Paisley led by Bishop Keenan Sunday 23rd April 2017 at 4 pm What is Pause for Hope all about? TO PRAY THAT THE DAY WILL QUICKLY COME WHEN ALL CANCERS CAN BE PREVENTED OR CURED -to bring ...

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23 Jan
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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in Glasgow G52

Photos from this year's unity service.

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Clergy from participating churches.
26 Jan
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G51 Churches celebrate Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

G52 Churches Together – covering the areas of Cardonald, Hillington, Penilee and Mosspark – hosted a magnificent ecumenical service in Our Lady and St George’s Church, Penilee, to celebrate the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. In line with the theme ...

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Fr David Wallace
17 Jan
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Week of Prayer message from Glasgow Churches Together

Fr David Wallace, Chair of Glasgow Churches Together, writes: As we begin once again this octave of Christian Unity, it seems clear that the progress of our churches work together is coming on apace. In the face of the more ...

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