These are a mixture of the Methodist Church, Iona and the Northumbria community as a way off offering something different:
https://pray-as-you-go.org/home/ this is an app you can download on your mobile device
https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/prayer/prayer-of-the-day/ link takes you to the methodist prayer page
https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/prayer/prayer-wall/ link is for the prayer wall
https://www.northumbriacommunity.org/offices/how-to-use-daily-office/ takes you to their prayer page
www.ionabooks.com/m/ this is a quick daily reflection
Prayers in October.
Here are Special Sundays & Ecumenical Special Days on the Methodist Church’s website for October
Homeless Sunday on 13th October is a chance for Churches and Christian groups from across the country join together to pray, reflect and plan practical action on homelessness, but also for a united Christian voice to offer solidarity and be a prophetic voice for change. Fact sheets and theological reflection available at Housing Justice website.
Freedom Sunday ~ Join a global day of worship and action against human trafficking. Modern slavery is the world’s fastest growing global crime, involving over 40 million men, women and children around the world today. More than at any other time in human history. Freedom Sunday is a day for global faith communities to stand together in prayer and take action to put an end to this horrendous crime.
Freedom services are usually held on the weekend closest to EU Anti-Trafficking Day on the 18th October, but you can use the resources on any day of the year!
Bible Sunday is on 27th October
Free resources to download from Bible Society including sermon notes, youth material and children’s activities. Can’t do this date? The resources can be used anytime, so pick a week that suits your church.
One World Week – 20-27 October 2018
Working together for a just, peaceful and sustainable world
Each year, thousands of people take part in One World Week events across the country. The week always includes United Nations day (24th October) although events can and do happen all year round.