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Prayers of the People: August 13

Let us join our hearts and minds as one in prayer. When you hear the words “God of hope and opportunity” please respond with “Hear our Prayers.” read on

For the Week of August 13

Tenth Sunday after Pentecost                 We Hunger for Justice and Love read on

Prayers of the People: August 6

In this morning’s gospel reading, Matthew tells us: It was a deserted place – as in a kind of wilderness. It was late – as in descending darkness. There was a crowd –as in too many and too hungry. The disciples say to Jesus: “We have nothing here except …” as in not enough. read on

Prayers of the People: July 30

In the beginning God, you breathed into us our life song. Inspire us with new ways of doing things, so that out of diversity may come harmony. May we live in grateful thanks for the blessing of life. When you hear the words “Holy Teacher Come” please respond with “Hear Our Prayers”. read on

Prayers of the People: July 23

Let us quieten our minds and open our hearts as we offer our prayers to God. When you hear the phrase… God of Forgiveness and Understanding please respond with “Hear our Prayers” read on

Prayers of the People: July 16

Holy One, Creator God, these are troubling times so we come to you seeking your spirit in our lives to comfort and restore us and bring us peace. We pray for all those affected by the wildfires raging in our province. read on

Meet Michelle Matson…

Kootenay Presbytery Communications Animator… read on

Congratulations

to the  2017 Scholarship Recipients read on

Prayers of the people: July 9

Welcome as we greet you in Christ and invite you to pray and rejoice together and to contemplate Christ’s never ending wisdom and understanding today. So, when you hear the words, God of Wisdom, please respond with “Hear our Prayers”. read on

Survey: How Would You Like to Communicate with Your Church?

Kootenay Presbytery received a grant for a student employee to assess the communication processes within the Presbytery.  read on