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Anna Laycock
 City Praise and Prayer - 12 November 2017

On Sunday 19th March 600 people gathered at The Welcome Centre in Coventry to pray together and lift up to Jesus in worship. It was a significant evening with a tremendous level of engagement and freedom to pray and praise.

The next City Praise and Prayer will be on Sunday 12th November 2017. Further details will be available nearer the time. Mark your calendars!

Anna Laycock
 News Story - African Pastors Fellowship

Across the developing world, 3.2 million pastors are untrained or undertrained. In Africa, it is estimated that 90% of church leaders may never have received even one day of formal training. That is where African Pastors Fellowship steps in.

To read the rest of the story, click the link below.

  Website:  Diocesan Website

Anna Laycock

 Prayer Diary - April 2017

The April Prayer Diary includes news stories from Coventry North deanery.

Please find attached two versions of the Prayer Diary. The consecutive format is recommended for displaying on a computer screen, or printing for home use; the booklet format is recommended for printing a double-sided booklet.

You can also download the Prayer Diary from the diocesan website. We aim to publish it on or before the 20th day of the preceding month (although it is sometimes delayed).

Please click the link below, and then select the format you require in the right-hand panel.

  Website:  www.dioceseofcoventry.org/?page_ref=1152

Anna Laycock

 East Africa Appeal - Disasters Emergency Committee

The Disasters Emergency Committee has launched an emergency appeal in response to the worsening crisis in East Africa. 16 million people across South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia urgently need assistance as a result of on-going drought and conflict. Famine has been declared in areas of South Sudan, with millions of people in food crisis across East Africa.

Please act now by holding a special church collection.

Find prayers and order donation envelopes via the Christian Aid website (link below).

A church appeal poster is attached.

  Website:  Christian Aid Website

Anna Laycock
 Summer Vergers - Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon

Holy Trinity Church, also known as Shakespeare’s church due to its fame as the place of baptism and burial of William Shakespeare has more than 250,000 tourists each year. Each summer Holy Trinity recruit extra summer help to extend their ‘Ministry of Welcome’ to all those visitors.

Is this something that you feel you could help us with?

We are looking to hire additional people to welcome visitors from April 1st until September 30th.This can be for any number of days (or even just one full day) or Sunday afternoons. For further information or application forms please contact our Head Verger Paul Harris on paul@stratford-upon-avon.org