"We pray to you, God, because Psalm 91 reminds us that those who live in the shelter of the Almighty can take refuge."
The first Sunday in October is designated as World Communion Sunday. Recognized by the PC(USA) as well as other denominations, it celebrates our oneness in Christ with all our siblings around the world.
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A prayer by Teri McDowell Ott.
A prayer for the transitions of life.
As our time has come to leave this campus that we have called home, grant us wisdom, courage, and joy in our journeys forward.
God of grace, we lament the violence.
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