Methodist Prayer Handbook

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Pray with and for the worldwide family of the Methodist people.

 

 

Each new edition of the Methodist Prayer Handbook connects Christians from different times, places and walks of life. Classic prayers are interwoven with new contributions from Methodists across the districts and around the world. Arranged as a 31-day prayer cycle, the Handbook also includes a daily lectionary with a suggested hymn (from Singing the Faith) to accompany and guide you through the year.

Eminently suitable for individuals as well as groups, churches are free to use the prayers in public worship and reproduce up to ten in newsletters during the year, providing acknowledgement is given.

FREEDOMS TO SHARE looks at how we find freedom in Christ and share the freedoms he gives us with others, by listening, learning and responding.

We remember not only those fragile lives crying out for shelter from persecution, fear and suffering, but also those ensnared by materialism, selfishness and sin.

The title comes from the hymn God of the Poor (Beauty for Brokenness) by Graham Kendrick, Singing the Faith, 693.
If you are ordering ten or more copies, the Prayer Handbook is available for £3.50 per copy.

Available for pre-order. Publication date: 01/08/2016.
For ordering details ...click here

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