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EBA Week of Prayer 20-24 September

By Hayley Beckett on 9th September 2021

The theme for the Gathering and the Week of Prayer is “Listening to the Voices”. Each day we will bring to you a recorded interview from a voice that sometimes is not heard and reflect on how as church communities we can be a place of welcome and sanctuary for everyone. You can access the recorded interviews on the EBA You Tube channel

Below you will find links to a reflection for each day with bible references and questions which you can use for yourself, with your church or in small groups.

We also invite you to join us each day at 9.30am, and Wednesday evening at 7pm as together we pray into each theme

Topic: EBA Prayer Zoom Meeting

Time: 9.30am (and Wednesday evening 7pm)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88201290903

Meeting ID: 882 0129 0903

Passcode: 794152

Monday – Welcoming Racial Diversity

Tuesday – Creation Care

Wednesday – Welcoming women in ministry

Thursday – Welcoming disabled people in our churches

Friday – Welcoming children and young people

All 5 days in one document

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