Capital Area Day of Prayer for Racial Reconciliation
This is how we know what love is: Christ gave his life for us. We too, then, ought to give our lives for others! My children, our love should not be just words and talk; it must be true love, which shows itself in action.
1 John 3:16, 18 GNT
The Capital Area Day of Prayer for Racial Reconciliation, January 15, is a day in which Christians in the Capital area will pray by themselves, in their own churches, and together with Christians of different churches to ask the Lord to work mightily in racial reconciliation. We will gather together at 3:00 at the Riverview Reo Town venue to proclaim that Jesus Christ is Lord, and to pray that His lordship will be shown in the advancement of racial unity in the people of God, in our city, in our country, and around our world.
During the meeting there will be time for worship and a short message from Pastor Edmondson regarding the topic of racial reconciliation and the Christian response. This will be followed by a time for intercessory prayer. Following the formal program, there will be refreshments and time to meet fellow Christians from the area.
This is a free event! To help us plan for the event, please reserve a ticket, so we will know how many yummy cookies to bake!