Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2015
16 k vues • 16/01/2015 • 03:06
Divisions among Christians have existed from the beginning of the Church. In 1930, Paul Couturier, a Roman Catholic priest from Lyon, France, had the vision of an invisible monastery. A worldwide monastery that would unite all Christians in the same prayer. He started the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity from 18 to 25 January. Ever since, more and more Christians have joined this prayer movement every year.
We are eight young Christians from different Churches and we invite you to pray with us all along this week. Each day, one of us will publish a video in which they say something about their Church and their faith, and invite you to join them in prayer. Please subscribe to our channel and join us!
"Father, may they all be one. As you, Father, are in me and I am in you, may they also be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me." (John 17:21)
Film produced by Net for God, an international prayer network. Contact: netforgod-at-chemin-neuf.org