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On 4 August 1918 King George V called a National Day of Prayer.
One hundred days later the war ended.

Remembrance 100 launched on 4 August 2018. It contains 100 Days of Peace and Hope: prayers, Bible readings, reflections and peace-making activities, which are available to download free
from www.remembrance100.co.uk

Please click on the links: One and Two for Powerpoint slideshows that can be used to advertise this in your church or community group.

 

 

100 Days of Peace and Hope in Shropshire & Telford: Telford & Shropshire woven together doing alternate days with Shropshire as a clock starting from the East & moving quadrants in a clockwise direction every 20 days (10 days Telford + 10 days in Shropshire).

SE: First in Albrighton  on 7 – 23 Aug
SW: First in Ludlow on 25 Aug – 12 Sept
NW: 14 Sept – 2 Oct  (Oswestry & Ellesmere areas)
NE:  4 – 22 Oct (Wem + Whitchurch & Hodnet areas)
Shrewsbury: 24 Oct – 11 Nov (Shrewsbury & Wrockwardine areas)

Please contact Pauline Mack either by phone on 07575 923 023 or email pauline_mack@btinternet.com to join in

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PDF file is available – please click here

 

The Telford & Wrekin List of 50 Churches with the Dates for Prayer are as follows:

August
4th Springfield Christian Fellowship
6th St John’s Muxton
8th Holy Trinity Hadley 10th St Michael’s Madeley
12th St Andrews Church Aston
14th Holy Trinity Dawley
16th Salvation Army Oakengates
18th Hadley Methodist
20th The Living Room
22nd St Peter and St Paul, Newport
24th Dawley Baptist Church
26th Oakengates United
28th Elim Community Church
30th Dawley Christian Centre

September
1st River Community Church
3rd Holy Trinity Oakengates
5th Leegomery Methodist
7th Sutton Hill
9th St Michael & All Angels Lilleshall
11th St Johns Lawley
13th St Georges Church
15th House of Prayer Wellington
17th Ketley Methodist
19th Hope Community Church
21st St Paul’s Dawley
23rd St Leonard’s Malinslee
25th St Peter’s Priorslee
27th Trinity Church Newport
29th Admaston Methodist

October
1st  St Marys Ketley
3rd St Mary & St Leonard Wombridge
5th Newport Baptist Church
7th St Catherine’s Eyton
9th Wellington Methodist
11th St Mary’s Madeley
13th Horseshay Methodist
15th Donnington Wood Baptist
17th Madeley Baptist
19th The Rock Methodist
21st Redeemed Church of God/ Holy Trinity Wrockwardine Wood
23rd St Nicholas Church Newport
25th Telford Christian Fellowship
27th Donnington Methodist
29th Christ Church Wellington
31st St Peter’s Edgmond

November
2nd St George’s Methodist
4th St Patricks Church Wellington
6th Newport Christian Fellowship
8th St Matthews Donnington Wood
10th All Saints Wellington

News release: The Presidents of Churches Together in England joined with Buckingham Palace in recognising the significance of a National Day of Prayer one hundred years ago on 4 August 1918. The National Day of Prayer called that day by King George V, brought the nation together in prayer, asking God to bring peace. The King and Queen Mary joined members of the Houses of Parliament for a special service in Westminster. Services were also held in churches throughout the country. One hundred days later, the Great War ended. From 4 August 2018, in churches across this country, let us mark the 100 days to 11 November with prayers for peace, hope and reconciliation as part of Remembrance 100.

Shropshire Hope is an initiative to draw together Christians from across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin to pray for secular | social | spiritual leadership.
Our vision is to see community transformation as the Good News of Jesus is proclaimed and demonstrated in our lives. We help facilitate various activities and events and by being a permanent resource to the Church and individual Christians.
We take our inspiration from the words of Isaiah 58:12 (New Living Translation):
“Some of you will rebuild the deserted ruins of your cities. Then you will be known as a rebuilder of walls and a restorer of homes.”
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  • Facilitate and support local mission
  • Coordinate and plan various events
  • Help establish an on-going legacy of hope for the future

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