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#PrayersOf begins: Pray online during General Convention

#PrayersOf begins: Pray online during General Convention

The #PrayersOf project, spearheaded by the Society of Saint John the Evangelist, has begun and is inviting prayers of life for the first day of General Convention (Thursday, June 25).

Anyone can submit prayers, through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram; it’s recommended to submit before 5:00 p.m. ET for the following day, as the prayers are curated and some will be incorporated into the next day’s liturgy at General Convention.

To submit a prayer: tweet or post on Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #prayersof and the hashtag for the day’s theme. For today, that is #prayersof #life (for this theme, consider beginning your prayer with the words “I love…”).

A schedule of the days’ prayer themes, plus resources and a live feed of the prayers being submitted, can be found at prayersofthepeople.org.

The #prayersof project is also on Twitter and Facebook.

Posted by Cara Ellen Modisett

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