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Official Provincial Elders’ News, October 2015

Prayer Day for Children

On a Sunday in October, congregations of the Northern and Southern Provinces are invited to join with thousands of other congregations across the nation in the thirteenth annual national observance of Children’s Sabbath. Endorsement of the Children’s Sabbath was made by the Provincial Elders’ Conferences in January 1994.

 

Prayer Day for World Mission, 
October 11, 2015

The second Sunday in October has been designated as a special Day of Prayer for World Mission. Pray for the ministries in our Partner Provinces Alaska, Guyana, Eastern West Indies, Honduras, the Honduras Mission Province, Labrador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Western Tanzania; our mission areas in Peru, Sierra Leone and Cuba; and for wisdom and guidance for our Worldwide Unity. May God hold us together in celebration of our wonderful diversity, and may God persist in revealing to us where the church in North America and throughout the world is called to mission, both locally and globally, that God’s love may be known by all.

For specific information for your prayers about these and other new and continuing ministries, please see the BWM website, www.moravianmission.org.

 

NORTHERN PROVINCE

Prayer Day for Peace with Justice and Freedom, October 18, 2015

The third Sunday in October is designated as a Day of Prayer for Peace with Justice and Freedom.

 

Moravian Women’s Sunday, November 1, 2015

The first Sunday in November has been designated to especially recognize the work of the Moravian Women in local congregations throughout the Northern Province. Some congregations may choose a different Sunday for this observance if there are conflicts in scheduling.

Elizabeth D. Miller
Provincial Elders’ Conference

 

SOUTHERN PROVINCE

The following deacons have accepted invitations from the PEC to be consecrated presbyters:

  • James Demby will be consecrated a presbyter on October 18 at 3 p.m. at Pine Chapel Moravian Church with Bishop Lane Sapp officiating.
  • Russell Williams will be consecrated a presbyter on October 25 at 3 p.m. at Trinity Moravian Church with Bishop Sam Gray officiating.
  • Cheryl Cottingham will be consecrated a presbyter on November 15 at 3 p.m. at Immanuel New Eden Moravian Church with Bishop Graham Rights officiating.
  • Riddick Weber will be consecrated a presbyter on November 22 at 3 p.m. at Fairview Moravian Church with Bishop Lane Sapp officiating.

David Guthrie, 
Provincial Elders’ Conference

 

From the October 2015 Moravian Magazine

Moravian Daily Texts

10/21/2017

Saturday, October 21 — Psalm 119:49–56
Ezekiel 25:15–27:11; James 5:1–12

And now, O Lord, what do I wait for? My hope is in you. Psalm 39:7

Jesus said to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well; go in peace.” Luke 8:48

Lord, we are able to face the obstacles of life because of hope in you and your peace that passes all human understanding. Help us in our times of trouble to wait patiently on you to show us the direction we ought to go or the path we need to take. Thank you for caring for us. In Jesus’ name we pray. Amen.

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