SECOND DONEGORE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Luke 22 v 19 NIV
And he took bread,
gave thanks and broke it,
and gave it to them, saying,
"This is my body
given for you;
do this in remembrance of me."
Pray without ceasing. In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 1Thessalonians 5 v 17 & 18
- For the opportunity to observe the Lord’s Supper and remember what Jesus has done for each one of us.
- For our convenor Rev. Jonathan Boyd and our visiting speakers each week.
- For our health and strength each day.
- For wisdom for those members of our Congregation who will meet the linkage commission on 28th January.
- For “Discipleship explored” which will commence on Wednesday. Pray that through this Bible study we will be built up in our faith and be an encouragement to each other.
- For those who are sick, infirm and those going for hospital treatment or tests. May they know God’s presence with them in their time of anxiety.
- For Katherine and Ricardo in Brazil – for guidance, protection and wisdom as they share God’s love with those they meet and as they carry on their new venture in the coffee shop. Also that Katherine will be kept in good health during her pregnancy.
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19th JANUARY ANNOUNCEMENTS 2020
Sunday 19th January
11.30am Good morning and a warm welcome to our Communion
Service today conducted by Rev. Jonathan Boyd.
The reading will be taken from Psalm 120
Monday 20th January
8.00pm Ladies Prayer time in Choir Room.
Tuesday 21st January
7 – 8.00pm Junior C E. in the stables.
Wednesday 22nd January
7.30pm Prayer in the Conn room. Everyone welcome.
8.00pm “Discipleship explored” commences.
This is a follow up to “Christianity explored” and will
be held in the Church Hall.
(Tea/coffee, short video, group discussion)
Please plan to come and encourage others.
Saturday 25th January
8 .00am Prayer in the Session Room. Everyone welcome.
Sunday 26th January
11.00am Prayer in the School House
11.30am Service conducted by Mr James Livingstone who is
an accredited preacher from Crumlin Presbyterian