Prayer & Worship
The Fourth of our Midweek Prayer Time focuses on Jesus, our resurrection and life.
The picture this week is a Coptic Icon of the 'Raising of Lazarus'
There is a short psalm, a reading from one of the Gospels, and prayers from a variety of sources.
- Why not invite those you would usually worship alongside to join you?
- Perhaps a 'Zoom' prayer time together or WhatsApp video call or Skype chat?
You can download this weeks Midweek Prayer Time by clicking on the PDF under the picture.
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