In Acts of the Apostles we read that in the days between Jesus’ ascension and Pentecost, the disciples devoted themselves daily to prayer in the Upper Room.
Over the past few years we have marked these ten days as a special period of prayer as we joined with other Christians across the world in picking up on the initiative of the Archbishop of Canterbury called ‘Thy Kingdom Come’.
In previous years we have walked around Lecale and prayed in all our churches. This year Scott, Adrian and Henry again intend to do this, but sadly, under the Corona restrictions, we will not be able to invite a group of people to join us on the walk or to a prayer service as we did on previous occasions.
This year Bishop David has also set aside these days and encouraged us all in the Diocese to find ways to pray. There are a number of suggestions and resources online to help us Council. These can be found here:
Each day we will also be leading Evening Prayer at 5.00 pm on the webcam from the Cathedral and posting additional prayers on the LAMP Facebook Page and the website www.lecalemission.com