Christians from across Scotland celebrate World Day of Prayer on Friday (05 March). An online service takes place that day at 2pm, hosted by Augustine United Church, Edinburgh.
Zoom joining details
Webinar ID: 895 9398 3883
If you do not have internet access you can join using a landline at 0131 460 1196. Please note that you will be asked for the above Webinar ID and passcode and be aware that costs may be involved.
If you are on Facebook, you may also attend the service on Facebook at World Day of Prayer Scotland Friends or "World day of Prayer Scotland".
If you cannot attend the 2pm service will be posted later, on Friday, on the WDP website and on Facebook.
Archbishop Cushley recently contributed to a series of reflections from religious leaders in Scotland leading up to the World Day of Prayer (WDP). Watch it below.
The World Day of Prayer is an ecumenical prayer movement from Christian women across the world. Every year Christians of many traditions and all ages, celebrate a common day of prayer on the first Friday in March.
Its website states: "God invites us to have a prayer relationship with Himself, but He also expects us to have concerned relationships with our neighbours, throughout the world.
"Prayer must be accompanied by action, as God moves our hearts and directs our thoughts. Many thanks to all the organisors who organised, participated or attended services written by the Christian Women of the writing coiuntry."
More details at www,wdpscotland.org.uk