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World Day of Prayer

All God’s Creation is Very Good!
Program written by the
​World Day of Prayer Committee of Suriname for WDP 2018
Genesis 1:1-31
A heri grontapu di Gado meki bun doro, dóro!

As in the beginning, God created from chaos. But everything that was created found its place in creation. All were related to each other – the earth with the light, the waters with the sky, the tree seeds with the living creatures, and the humankind with God. None could exist without the other, and the source of all was God.

There was goodness in that integrated system of relationships. But essential to that was the commitment to care. And we know that we are failing!

Women from Suriname lift up their voices to remind us that we are caretakers of God’s creation! ​Allowing for self-examination and reflection concerning trespasses and repentance. Christians ask for help, by praying for God’s guidance, to amend their wrongful actions creating a deepening of spiritual faith, personal development and commitment  towards a life that serves the betterment of  mankind.

We ask for forgiveness for being silent in the face of injustice, and we pray that God open our hearts to compassion and understanding. And we leave with a blessing prayer to mutually support one another on the path of freedom, justice, and peace.



World Day of Prayer

World Day of Prayer Service
Friday, March 2nd 1:30 pm
Hosted by First Presbyterian Church
1139 Pine Avenue, Trail

Everyone is Welcome!

Unity Within the Church

The church lives to praise God. We have no higher calling than to offer the worship that belongs to God day by day, Sunday by Sunday. Through the preaching of the Word and the celebration of the Sacraments, in praise, prayer, teaching and fellowship, God sustains the life of the church.
(Living Faith, 7.3.1–7.3.2)