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Ard Cluan Residential Home in Londonderry is an elegant detached house which opened in 1975.
Give thanks for the continued good health of the 12 residents who currently live in Ard Cluan House and give thanks, too, for the highly committed staff team who care for them.
The Ard Cluan Local Support Committee plays a vital role in the overall promotion of the House. Pray for the members of the Local Support Committee, giving thanks for their commitment to Ard Cluan House and its residents over the years.
Please pray for all involved, including the relatives, as the discussions around the future and preparations for the relocation to Garvagh continue.
Rev. Stanley Stewart, minister at Ballyhobridge, Clones, Newbliss and Stonebridge Presbyterian Churches, sends the following prayer requests:
Pray for the Harvest Thanksgiving services in Newbliss on Sunday, 2nd October. The church choir will lead praise in the morning, and in the evening Rev. Daryl Edwards will preach and some of members from his congregation will bring special items of praise.
Pray for on-going discussions concerning a project in Clones to establish an International Meeting Point to support the many non-national people who live in Clones and the surrounding area.
Pray for the four congregations’ involvement in the Making Disciples Network.
Carlisle House was established in 1992 by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland as a residential substance misuse treatment centre.
Give thanks for the specialist ministry of Carlisle House within the Council for Social Witness.
Give thanks for the commitment of their staff and for the professional skills they bring to this work.
Give thanks for the many service-users and residents who have been able to persevere after their course is complete and to stay free of their addictions.
Last weekend, Scripture Union of Malawi held a training day for local teachers on the use of audio Bibles they have received for their Bible Clubs in schools. Over 160 teachers attended and gave encouraging signs of the value of audio Bibles in their schools.
Pray with thanks for the audio Bibles distributed to teachers and the training conducted on how to use them effectively.
Pray that teachers will use the audio Bibles well and that girls and boys get to know the Bible better through hearing the Word.
About 120 elders, pastoral care team members and others are attending pastoral care training for Down and Ards Presbyteries. It will be held this morning in First Comber Presbyterian Church.
Pray that they will be equipped to bring Christ’s loving care to those in need, especially for those who are bereaved or affected by mental health problems.
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