St Brendan’s Church will host Multifaith Prayers for South Sudan on the evening of Monday 30 July commencing at 7PM.
South Sudan and its neighbours have experienced conflict for many years. In the case of South Sudan, from 1956 – 2005, there were 49 years of conflict.
South Sudan needs peace and blessings from God. Countries adjoining also need peace and God’s blessings.
There is a need to connect our countries to God.
The National Day of Prayer will pray for
Those who have lost their lives due to war
Those who have lost their lives due to sickness
Peace in the world.
The South Sudanese Community of Shepparton will engage in a National Day of Prayer, with prayers of repentance and confession; prayers for healing of wounds and bitterness of wars, hatred, rejection, abandonment, humiliation, betrayal, injustice; prayers for love, unity, peace and tranquillity among South Sudanese citizens; and intercessions for the many groups that make up this nation. There will also be intercession for South Sudan’s neighbouring countries.
- Traditional African Religion
Program: National Day of Prayer for South Sudan and its neighbours
Location: St Brendan’s Church, 121 Knight St, Shepparton
More Information: Thon, 5831 2395
Light Supper afterwards.
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