Pentecost - a Journey of Hope
Christians on Merseyside celebrated Pentecost 2019 together
This year's Pentecost Celebrations started at the Metropolitan Cathedral with a very meaningful service followed by a pilgrimage along Hope Street. Everyone made their own way stopping at prayer points in their own time. People met the Church Leaders for a chat on the piaza of the Metropolitan Cathedral and then walked along.
Prayers were said in groups following the pilgrim path with four stops accessable on an app which is still available at lifeandhope.org.uk and there was time for conversations along the way. One pilgrim shared: "I was surprised that I managed to speak to about four to me unknown people and experienced the warmth of friendship."
The event concluded in the Anglican Cahedral with scripture readings and with a blessing by Church Leaders representing Churches Together in the Merseyside Region.
All were invited to take the Christian message to the world.
CTMR Young Adults 18+
... got together for coffee prior to the celebrations to prepare themselves. They were invited to lead most of the readings. When the opportunity arose to invite young adults present at the service to their monthly meetings they approached them. Now the number of young adults who are members of their WhatsApp group is growing.
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Merseyside representatives at CTE Forum 2018
Young Adults from Merseyside got involved!
Representatives from Merseyside took part in CTE Forum September 2018. This was a very vibrant event with a good representation of young adults too. For further info please copy and paste: www.cte.org.uk/Forum2018 or all post Forum material including photos, videos and evaluations is availalbe on: www.cte.org.uk/Forum2018/afterward
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