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Aaron Jackman 17 Jan 18
Glad that this year's Week of Prayer for Christian Unity focuses on the people of the Caribbean, my family, my ancestors. The effects of Christianity's role in colonisation are still felt today.
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Megan Shore Jan 22
Wonderful night celebrating the opening of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity at an ecumenical gathering at St.Peter’s Seminary, with seminary. I shared a talk on Just Peacemaking.
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Association of Interchurch Families 19 Jan 18
So encouraged to see all the tweets about different events happening for Week of Prayer for Christian Unity this weekend. May all be One.
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West Kirby URC Jan 21
This evening we celebrated the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity with a service with our friends from the other churches in West Kirby. It was wonderful to pray together. Thank you all for coming!
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Henriette Howarth 21 Jan 18
Looking forward to joining Shipley Baptist Church this morning for our to mark the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity . They are getting an Anglican, Presbyterian, Dutch follower of Jesus in me. Theme is That all may be free!
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LWF 18 Jan 18
The Lund cross was placed today in the Ecumenical center in Geneva as “a sign of hope that we share as we leave behind our conflict, and turn towards our common future,” said General Secretary Junge.
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Mark Davies Jan 21
Wonderful to be with Littleborough Churches Together to celebrate 20 years together & praying ‘That all may be free’ as we go forward together. Thanks to & St Barnabas’ for great hospitality.
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Rev Paul Strudwick 18 Jan 18
This is the week of prayer for Christian unity. On Saturday, 20 January, at 17:00 (5pm), there will be an ecumenical service of prayer at Santa Margarita, the home of the Anglican Church in Menorca. We will be graced with the presence of the Bishop of Menorca.
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TSSF Europe Jan 24
Excellent meeting on Monday between the OFS (Roman Catholic Secular Franciscan Order) GB and TSSF Europe Ministers about hopes for joint working and collaboration
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CAFOD prayer 18 Jan 18
Lord, help us embody your love in our relationships with one another, and focus on what binds us together, not what drives us apart. Week of prayer for Christian unity starts today.
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Anglican Denmark Jan 27
More photos from the annual church walk (kirkevandring) on 25 January, this time from different churches
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Anglican Religious 21 Jan 18
Now preparing for this afternoon’s ‘Flames’ Young People’s Group in our beautiful church at This afternoon’s task - making The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity as exciting as possible The young people of our ‘Flames’ will be doing our bit
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David Sheen ☩ 19 Jan 18
My only problem with the ‘week’ of prayer for Christian Unity is that it is 8 days long and therefore not a week but an of prayer. Ok, moan over.
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WCC Care for Creation (World Council of Churches) 19 Jan 18
In an interview with interprets the theme for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity from an ecological perspective: God calls us to look differently at the resources he's given us!
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Katherine Hedderly 18 Jan 18
'Communion, is one of the most beautiful names of the Church. In it there can be no severity towards one another, but only transparency, heartfelt kindness and compassion.' Br Roger Taize
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US Catholic Bishops Jan 24
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Day 7:
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Ampleforth Monks Jan 25
Today we celebrate the Conversion of St Paul and conclude the week of prayer for Christian Unity . Join us in praying for this intention, and the intentions of our Frs Paul, Kieran, Oswald, George, Philip and William who all share St Paul's name!
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Mission Direct Jan 23
In the we pray for our partners at the Mothers Union Vocational Training Centre Rukungiri which caters for teenage girls who either cannot afford to progress to secondary school or aren’t sufficiently qualified.
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Virpi Paulanto 20 Jan 18
Replying to @VirpiPau
(BeOne)-course in Tallinn has been a long walk together, dialogy, visits and learning: "Coming together to Christ, we also come more closer to each other. This is the process of ecumenism."
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PSA Methodist Church Jan 25
Methodist Ecumenical Office Rome delighted to welcome our visitors from Ecumenical Institute Bossey to Ponte Sant` Angelo this morning as part of Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
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