To be held in Truro Cathedral – Chapel of Unity From 12 noon to 12.30pm each day 18 January to 25 January
Thu18 – Reverend Doreen Sparey-Delacassa
Fri 19 – Rev Pat Whittaker – John Keast OBE
Sat 20 – Reverend Elizabeth Foot
Sun 21 – Cathedral Services
Mon 22 – Reverend Roger Greene – Sarah Yardley
Tue 23 – Lesley Chandler – Deacon Andrew Shute
Wed 24 – Major Graham Lumm – Reverend Matt Noble
Thu 25 – Reverend Steve Wild
The themes of the daily material raise some of the contemporary issues addressed by the churches of the Caribbean. Abuses of human rights are found across the region and we are challenged to consider our manner of welcoming of the stranger into our midst. Human trafficking and modern-day slavery continue to be huge issues. Addiction to pornography and drugs, continue to be serious challenges to all societies. The debt crisis has a negative impact upon the nations and upon individuals – the economies of the nations and people have become precarious. Family life continues to be challenged by the economic restrictions which lead to migration, domestic abuse and violence. The Caribbean Churches work together to heal the wounds in the body of Christ. Reconciliation demands repentance, reparation and the healing of memories.
The whole Church is called to be both a sign and an active agent of this reconciliation.
For poster click HERE: Cathedral – Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2018