Women's World Day of Prayer National Committee representative
Jesus follower. Wife. Mother. Grandmother. Bread-baker. Cake-maker. Walker. Cylist. Runner (sort of!). Local preacher. Clergy spouse. Camper. Volunteer. Facilitator. Organiser. Trainer. Advice-giver. Have strong opinions about a lot of things! Passionate about fairness. Currently living in the East End of London but am a Northerner at heart.
In January 2017 I became the Methodist Church’s representative to the Women’s World Day of Prayer (WWDP) National Committee for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is such a privilege to be part of this wonderful world-wide, inter-denominational prayer movement.
On the national committee we work hard to make the act of worship, on the first Friday in March, special and meaningful. Our aim is to honour the Christian women who write the service and to help those who come to connect with everyone praying around the world. We support around 3,000 WWDP local branches who organise the services – Scotland have their own national committee for the 600+ services that take place there.
I want social media to connect as many people as possible to WWDP and regularly update our region’s Facebook and Twitter pages – why not have a look?