Day of Prayer to Highlight the Plight of Refugees
“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in”
All people of all faiths and none are welcome to the Day of Prayer in the Cathedral
Friday 25th September
Come for the whole day or for five minutes. Come once or return throughout the day
8.00am Morning Call to Worship and Prayer
9.00am Prayers and Reflections led by Rev Fiona Smith, Ness Bank Church of Scotland, Inverness
10.00am Prayers and Reflections led by Rev Sarah Murray, Assistant Curate at Holy Trinity Keith, Christchurch,Huntly and St Marnan’s, Aberchirder
11.15am Holy Communion
12.00pm Prayer and Reflections led by Fr James Bell, St Mary’s, Roman Catholic Church, Inverness
1.00pm Prayers and Reflections led by Rev Peter Nimmo, Old High St Stephen’s, Church of Scotland Inverness
2.00pm Prayers and Reflections led by Very Rev Alison Simpson, Dean of Moray, St Columba’s, Nairn
3.00pm Prayers and Reflection led by Rev Canon Dr John Cuthbert the City Priest
4.00pm Prayers and Reflections led by Lt. Kate Donaldson, Salvation Army, Inverness
5.00pm Evening Prayer and Reflection led by Rev Peter Simpson, Cathedral Deacon
6.00pm Prayers and Reflection led by Rev Chris Mayo, Tain and East Sutherland
7.00pm What Could We do ?
7.30pm Service of Light and Prayers of Hope
During the day people will be offered a small box into which they can place a prayer, a donation or an idea. These will be placed together in the Cathedral for the final service.
During the day people will be invited to draw or write their thoughts on a scribble pad.