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50 Days of Prayer creates connections

Lyn Burden. Photo courtesy of Wesley Mission Brisbane

THE Albert Street Uniting Church congregation in Brisbane will engage in 50 Days of Prayer to coincide with the 50 days of the Easter season.

Beginning on 8 April, Superintendent Minister, Rev Lyn Burden, said the initiative strives to create relationships between the congregation and the staff , volunteers and individuals involved with Wesley Mission Brisbane programs and services.

“I like to imagine Wesley Mission Brisbane as a spider’s web,” said Ms Burden.

“There is such a sheer diversity of services and locations that it’s easy for some people and places to feel isolated.

The idea of 50 Days of Prayer is to grow connections between the Albert Street congregation and the people who make up Wesley Mission Brisbane.”

The ministry team believes it is important to let people know that the congregation is thinking of the work which staff and
volunteers are doing, and praying for them is a first step in doing so.

“Just picking up the phone and having that initial conversation creates a tenuous link