Here are several resources that may help your church pray for the Ukraine in the midst of the current conflict.
They have several stories about the resilience of the Ukraine churches and their connections with Russian believers. Read more here
Link to Hope
This agency has worked extensively in Eastern Europe. See the story at the enclosed link to note how Christains in the surrounding countries are aiding refugees. Read More Here
Reknowned writer on prayer suggests 15 specific prayers we can pray at this time for the Ukraine situation. Read More Here
Pete Greig has created a liturgical style prayer with powerpoint and PDF resources that you could use in your congregation. Read More Here
Faith, Hope and Forgiveness
A prayer meeting on the 2nd March is planned for this forthcoming event. It will take place at Kings Church at 7.30pm at Kings Church, (Hampden Park,) Prayers for Ukraine will also be part of the evening. See more on the faith Hope and Forgiveness event below
World Prayer Centre
They are suggesting a 3 part prayer emphasis around Wisdom, Worship and Witness. Read More Here
We will send you more information about church responses to the Ukraine situation later this week.
Faith Hope & Forgiveness
- Hear Nadim, his wife and son tell their story about the tragic death of Natasha at Victoria Baptist Church at 7.30pm on Saturday 19th March 2022 – a story of faith, hope and forgiveness as a direct response to their heart-breaking loss as a result of an allergic reaction. The media impact of their forgiveness of the national food chain whose mistake caused her death has spoken to thousands.
- Fliers have been delivered to every local church. Use them to invite your friends and click here to book free tickets https://www.stjm.org.uk/FHF
- Here’s a link to https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09tsfbb to an interview with Natasha’s parents on Songs of Praise by Aled Jones. Use this short clip to publicise the event. This explains the situation in more depth.
- There’s a prayer meeting on Wednesday, 2 March at 7.30pm at Kings Church, Hampden Park, to pray about the event. All welcome.