World Day of Prayer marked in Monifieth

Friday was World Day of Prayer in Scotland. It is a ecumenical prayer movement for women and men which brings millions of people in over 100 countries together in a day of prayer each year. This year participants supported Christian Societies which have projects in Malaysia under the theme Let justice prevail'. The Monifieth churches host this day in rotation and this year St Brides Church was the host church. Our picture shows the representatives from the various churches. They are, from left, back row - arolyn Hogg, Rae Gray and Maureen Cameron: middle row - Bob Sutherland, Muriel Whitehouse, Peggy McGhee, Olive McCausland and Anne Jack: front row - Elizabeth Whyte, Maureen Meston, Brian McEwan, Rev. Canon Bill McCausland and Margaret Gateley.
Friday was World Day of Prayer in Scotland. It is a ecumenical prayer movement for women and men which brings millions of people in over 100 countries together in a day of prayer each year. This year participants supported Christian Societies which have projects in Malaysia under the theme Let justice prevail'. The Monifieth churches host this day in rotation and this year St Brides Church was the host church. Our picture shows the representatives from the various churches. They are, from left, back row - arolyn Hogg, Rae Gray and Maureen Cameron: middle row - Bob Sutherland, Muriel Whitehouse, Peggy McGhee, Olive McCausland and Anne Jack: front row - Elizabeth Whyte, Maureen Meston, Brian McEwan, Rev. Canon Bill McCausland and Margaret Gateley.

LAST Friday was World Day of Prayer in Scotland. It is an ecumenical prayer movement for women and men which brings millions of people in over 100 countries together in a day of prayer each year.

This year participants supported Christian societies which have projects in Malaysia under the theme ‘Let justice prevail’.

The Monifieth churches host this day in rotation and this year St Bride’s Church was the venue. Our picture shows the representatives from the various churches.

They are, from left, back row - Carolyn Hogg, Rae Gray and Maureen Cameron: middle row - Bob Sutherland, Muriel Whitehouse, Peggy McGhee, Olive McCausland and Anne Jack: front row - Elizabeth Whyte, Maureen Meston, Brian McEwan, Rev. Canon Bill McCausland and Margaret Gateley.