Don't know what to do in response to the increasing violence in Milwaukee and across the country? Begin with prayer. You can find a 31-day Prayer Guide for Milwaukee here to guide you in your prayer - and your discernment as to what God may be calling us to do in response.
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|Ecumenical Prayer Cycle for week of 3/26/17||This week's ecumenical prayers are for Heartland Presbytery (Kansas and Missouri) and the people of Thailand||weekly prayer cycle||03-27-2017|
|Presbytery Congregation of the Week||This week's featured congregation from the Presbytery is North Shore Presbyterian in Shorewood. Pray for their staff, elders, deacons, members and ministries.||weekly prayer cycle||03-27-2017|
|Household Prayer: Evening||Gracious God, as the evening comes and the light fades, I look for you even in the shadows. Your love and protection stay with me through the night hours, and I rest in your promises. For the day as it has been, I give you thanks. For the gift of rest, I offer a hymn of praise. You love me and the whole world so greatly that you offer us salvation. After a night of rest, bring me into the light of a new day. In gratitude, I pray in Jesus’ name. (from Feasting on the Word Worship Companion: Liturgies for Year A)||other||03-11-2017|
|Household Prayer: Morning||Loving God, you have given me the gift of this new day, and you send me out to live it fully and well. Help me to be attentive to your direction and leading. If you should call me to go in some direction, give me courage to try this new thing. If you present me with a mysterious truth or grace, help me to understand, or to seek understanding, with a sense of wonder and faith. Whatever this day may hold, I trust that you will keep me in all my comings and goings. In your Son’s name, I pray. (from Feasting on the Word Worship Companion: Liturgies for Year A)||other||03-11-2017|