Prayer Calendar for May 2019
Wednesday, May 22 – Give thanks for the new members of the Renewal Fellowship and the many who support the Fellowship with their offerings. Pray, too, for Executive Director, Andy Cornell, that he will be a blessing to our denomination as we seek renewal.

Thursday, May 23 – Pray for Rev. Bev Shepansky and others as they participate in the Walk to Save a Mother in Vancouver, British Columbia, this Saturday. May funds raised bless the work of Save the Mothers in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Friday, May 24 – Pray for the Presbyterian Atlantic Synod Youth as they gather this weekend to develop new friendships, to rest in God, and to learn to be better disciples.

Saturday, May 25 – Pray for the community Ladies' Lunch at St. Andrew's Streetsville Presbyterian Church, Mississauga, Ontario, today. May the hostesses be able to share Jesus' love with those who attend and draw them into their fellowship.

Sunday, May 26 – Join with First Presbyterian Church, New Westminster, British Columbia, and other congregations across Canada as they seek new elders who will be visionary.

Monday, May 27 – Pray for Rev. Harold Priebe and Rev. Cathy Victor as they serve as chaplains to the active and retired ministers in the Presbytery of Vancouver Island.

Tuesday, May 28 – Pray for Norman Kennedy Presbyterian Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, and their lay pastor, Ronda Bosch, as they celebrate 50 years in ministry and search for God's renewed direction over the next few years.

Wednesday, May 29 – Pray that God would raise up an abundance of leaders for a large Vacation Bible School at Grace West Hill Presbyterian Church, Scarborough, Ontario, and for the Vacation Kids Club at New Westminster Presbyterian Church, Hamilton, Ontario.

Thursday, May 30Ascension Day – Pray for the Search Committee of Knox Presbyterian Church, Port Carling, Ontario, and Zion Presbyterian Church, Torrance, Ontario, as they seek God's leading.

Friday, May 31 – Pray for Presbyterian College, Montreal, Quebec, as they investigate the possibility of partnering with the Francophone Institute of Theology in developing a new Masters in Theological Studies in Practical Theology. It will be 75% in French and will be another way for the Presbyterian Church to participate in the Francophone ministry in Quebec.

Linda Shaw, Prayer Chain Editor.

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