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As the Covid death toll in the UK passes the 100,000 mark, the College of Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church has asked for prayers for all those who have suffered during the pandemic.The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have also issued a call for England to pause and reflect, to remember those who have died and all those who know and love them.“Please hold in prayer the families of those across the UK who have lost their lives during the Covid pandemic, now numbering over 100,000,” said The Most Rev Mark Strange, Primus, on behalf of the College of Bishops.“We give thanks to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York for joining us in our regular and daily prayers for the sick and those who have lost loved ones.“Please also this evening pray for those who are sitting with the dying.” ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 26 January 2021  ·  

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Today's "Five a day at Five" from Edinburgh Methodist Church - at 5pm each week day, an invitation to spend five minutes in prayer for the needs around us. #fiveadayatfiveIt's a small opportunity for us to take part in all that God continues to do through prayer.why not ‘like’ their page? City of Edinburgh Methodist ChurchToday's Five a day at Five for Friday the 22nd #fiveadayatfive ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 22 January 2021  ·  

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A reminder about this evening's event.Our own Primus, Bishop Mark Strange is one of the speakers. On January 22, the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons takes effect. It's a momentous occasion - a day to celebrate. But Scotland is a reluctant host to nuclear weapons and the UK government hasn't signed the treaty. Pax Christi Scotland has organised a time to reflect and pray 7-8pm. Link to register to join on January 22 is in comments. ... See MoreSee Less

Posted 22 January 2021  ·  

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