This week we continue our theme from Sunday of Holding Lightly To The Things Of This World - Transformed Not Conformed. Each day we develop the theme a little more in a short video.
Let’s Pray For University chaplains
Pray for the connections PCI has with universities in the Republic of Ireland, including Dublin City University, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, University College Cork, University of Limerick and the National University of Ireland in both Galway and Maynooth.
Pray that ministers who serve as part-time chaplains in these colleges would be able to have meaningful contact with students and staff this academic year, despite the restrictions.
Every Tuesday we look at another question from the Catechism.
What Does the Law of God Require?
Personal, perfect, and perpetual obedience; that we love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength; and love our neighbor as ourselves. What God forbids should never be done and what God commands should always be done.
We often focus on what we have lost as a church during these days, but Graeme Thompson writes in the PCI Blog about what we might gain.
Prioritising intergenerational ministry.
The necessary streamlining of age-specific church activities has left many feeling a sense of helplessness. Graeme Thompson, reflects on what we might be uniquely positioned to regain.
Benefits Of A Pet (7 minute audio)
Ever thought about the benefits of having a pet? With the 160th anniversary of @Battersea_, Paul spoke to Steve Craddock, their London’s Centre Manager, about the pros of pets in our lives! Listen now on UCB Player.
Considering Grace is a book that will stay with you long after you have finished reading it. It is a collection of experiences from members of the Presbyterian Church In Ireland during The Troubles. I read it this time last year when it was first published, now there is to be an online conference, next Thursday, 3 December, 2-4pm, Considering Grace: Unpacking the Impact, featuring Canon David Porter, Chief of Staff to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Stafford Carson and Gladys Ganiel. You van attend virtually online.
Register via http://bit.ly/3lLYvEo
The times for yesterday’s Jigsaw
Play the "Beach Huts Tue" puzzle!