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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

PREPARATION: Bulletin & Pulpit Announcements

2012 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

January 18-25, 2012 is the annual observance of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. The theme chosen for 2012 is "We Will All Be Changed by the Victory of Our Lord Jesus Christ." (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:51-58). Throughout 2012, join Christians everywhere in praying "that they may all be one" joining our prayer with that the Lord Jesus Christ. For more information go to: www.geii.org

Sunday, January 1
"We Will All Be Changed by the Victory of Our Lord Jesus Christ." (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:51-58) is the theme for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18-25). Begun in 1908, these days have been set aside each year so that Christians the world over may share the prayer of Jesus: "that all may be one... that the world may believe" (John 17:21). Note the dates and plan to participate in the following special observances.

Sunday, January 8
The annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins in one week, on Wednesday, January 18, and continues through Tuesday, January 25. The theme for 2012 is "We Will All Be Changed by the Victory of Our Lord Jesus Christ." (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:51-58) Use the Daily Scripture and Prayer Guide to join with Christians around the world praying "that all may be one... that the world may believe" (John 17:21). Plan to join with members of other Christian churches and communities in our area for the following special observances...

Sunday, January 15
The annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity begins Wednesday and continues with (event) and concludes Wednesday, January 25, with (event). Let us join other Christian churches in our area as we remember the 2012 theme "We Will All Be Changed by the Victory of Our Lord Jesus Christ." (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:51-58) You are invited to participate in these and other ecumenical opportunities: (list planned events and activities).

Sunday, January 22
Today is Ecumenical Sunday when we celebrate what God is doing through the many ecumenical agencies - local, regional, national and international - that make up the modern ecumenical movement. As we continue our special prayers "that all may be one... that the world may believe" (John 17:21), we take time to familiarize ourselves with the work that (insert the name of one or more agencies) does to promote understanding and cooperation among Christians and others in our community.

Sunday, January 29
Although the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity has concluded, we continue to remember that "We Will All Be Changed by the Victory of Our Lord Jesus Christ." (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:51-58) and pray "that all may be one... that the world may believe" (John 17:21). In the coming weeks and months, we will be joining other Christian churches in our area in these and other ecumenical opportunities: (listed planned events and activities). Your active participation is encouraged.