WEEK of UNITY for CHRISTIAN PRAYER: 18th to 25th January 2018
“That All May Be Free”

Thursday 18th January from 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Methodist Church, Totnes
Welcome The Stranger
Readings and prayers with Liz Wintle and Wendy Hartley, followed by Soup Lunch.

Friday 19th January at 10am
St Mary and St George’s RC Church, Totnes
Resisting Modern Slavery
Mass, with coffee afterwards.

Saturday 20th January
River Dart Wild Church Silent Pilgrimage, Dartington
Upholding Modern Dignity
with Reverend Sam Wernham
Meet 10am St Mary’s Church, Dartington, finish around noon at Church Hall for drinks and warm up. Wear suitable clothes and footwear.

Sunday 21st January at 4pm
St Mary and St George’s RC Church
UNITED SERVICE: Overcoming Violence
Tea afterwards in the Church Hall

Monday 22nd January at 8.20am for 8.30am
St John’s Church, Bridgetown
Pursuing Economic Justice
Morning prayer, with Reverend Prebendary Julian C Ould and C of E Clergy
Coffee afterwards. Parking at the church.

Tuesday 23rd January
10.30am at Totnes United Free Church
God Acts For The Powerless
Coffee chat with Pastor Ade
4pm to 4.45pm at the Priory
Prayers for Unity
with Russian Orthodox Friar Benedict Ramsden
Parking for disabled only at the Priory.

Wednesday 24th January at 10.30am
St Mary’s Church, Totnes
Different Families
Holy Communion, with coffee afterwards.

Thursday 25th January from 10.30am to 11.15am
Friends Meeting House
Call To Reconciliation
Quakers service, followed by tea and coffee.

• for fuller details of the prayers and themes, Google “Unity Week 2018” – or call Joy Hanson 01803 445470 who has a few booklets available (£1.45)