2020

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020
SATURDAY 18TH - SATURDAY 25TH JANUARY
WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY
On 10th February many Christians in Malta celebrate the Feast of the Shipwreck of St Paul, marking and giving thanks for the arrival of Christian faith on these islands. The reading from the Acts of the Apostles used for the feast is the text chosen for this year’s Week of Prayer.
Hospitality is a much needed virtue in our search for Christian unity. It calls us to a greater generosity to those in need. The people who showed unusual kindness to Paul and his companions did not yet know Christ, and yet it is through their unusual kindness that a divided people were drawn closer together. Our own Christian unity will be discovered not only through showing hospitality to one another, but also through loving encounters with those who do not share our language, culture or faith.
In such tempestuous journeys and chance encounters, God’s will for his Church and all people comes to fulfilment. As Paul will proclaim in Rome, this salvation of God has been sent to all peoples (see Acts 28:28).

SATURDAY 25TH JANUARY 10.00AM - 4.00PM
"ALL INCLUSIVE?" & "MAKING SENSE OF OUR SENSES" SEMINARS
Mark Arnold, Urban Saints, will be back in North Wales to offer a repeat of his excellent ‘All Inclusive’ seminar AND a brand new seminar entitled ‘Making sense of our senses.’  Both are designed to help parents, teachers and youth & children’s workers as they work with children with additional needs.
10.30 am - 12.30 pm All Inclusive.
  1.30 pm -   4.00 pm Making sense of our senses.
Cost £15 per person includes workbooks and lunch.
Advance booking is required.

Lunch will be available on the day for those who book in advance.

Please DO pass this on to other members of your church/team.

Downloadable poster/flyer at foot of page.

Kinmel Bay Church, St Asaph Avenue, Kinmel Bay LL18 5EY

Contact: Rachel Hughes 01678 530347

SUNDAY 26TH JANUARY AT 7.00PM
HOLOCAUST COMMEMORATION with HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR MALA TRIBICH MBE
Mala, from Poland, was put into the first Ghetto there. She survived Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp and now lives in London.
On Monday and Tuesday Mala will be visiting four local secondary school to tell her story to pupils.
Emmanuel Christian Centre, Lloyd Street, Llandudno LL30 2YA

Contact: 07785 106376


Please note this is instead of the usual Tuesday to Friday, because of the change in the Bank Holiday from Monday to Friday, and the consequent change in the Extravaganza weekend.
MONDAY 4TH - THURSDAY 7TH MAY
LLANDUDNO-KESWICK BIBLE WEEK
Speaker: Martin Salter, Grace Church, Bedford
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm (followed by tea/coffee)

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings at 11.00am (tea/coffee served from 10.30am)

Welsh language session – Thursday evening at 7.30pm

Gloddaeth Church, Chapel Street, Llandudno LL30 2SY
Contact: Carol Reynolds bible-week@gloddaeth.com

Facebook – Llandudno Keswick Bible Week


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Mark Russell,
20 Nov 2019, 09:29
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