This year's Day of Prayer has been developed by the women of Suriname - All God's Creation is very good.
Genesis 1: 31 (from The Word on the Street): God looks at everything he’s made, and says “Fantastic. I love it!”
All God’s creation is very good; at least it was – until humans began to destroy it! God must be very disappointed by our selfishness and thoughtlessness.
The service from Suriname is one of the more challenging ones we have had presented to us. And, as happens so often with WDP services, it is also very topical. Caring for God’s very good creation is hugely important and highly relevant to people of all ages and beliefs.
There are many things we can do both as individuals and as churches or Churches Together groups to care for God’s wonderful creation.
1. Tuesday 27 February at Redland Parish Church, Church Hall, BS6 7HE
Revd Canon Dr Rachel Mann 'Lest we forget': What kind of peace was offered by Great War Memorial Culture?
2. Tuesday 6 March, Christ Church, Clifton BS8 3BN
Revd Canon Professor Martin Gainsborough. Post-war Vietnam: What kind of peace?
3. Monday 19 March, Apostles Room, Clifton Cathedral BS8 3BX
Revd Canon Dr Andrew Todd 'Military Chaplains Making Peace?' The role and theology of being a 'moral compass' to the UK Armed Forces
4. Monday 26 March, Redland Park URC, BS6 6SA
Rabbi Dr Frank Dabba Smith. Ernest Leitz of Wetzlar: Helping the Persecuted (How the Leitz camera family and Bosch helped Jews escape Nazi Germany
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