For over a century and around the world, Christians across traditions and denominations have gathered together over the eight days of January 18-25. This “Week of Prayer” creates space for followers of Jesus to join Jesus’ own prayer for their unity, shared so beautifully in the Gospel of John, chapter 17. Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry partners with the Church Council of Greater Seattle and the Archdiocese of Seattle to plan daily Week of Prayer gatherings as well as a regional prayer service each year.
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This year's theme was selected by the churches of Brazil: "Jesus said to her: 'Give me to drink.'" John 4:7, NRSV
Ecumenical Morning Prayer, Led by Church PartnersTuesday-Friday | 8:30-8:50 am | Chapel of St. Ignatius, Seattle UniversityTuesday, January 20Wednesday, January 21Thursday, January 22Friday, January 23Regional Prayer Service, Co-Sponsored by Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry, The Church Council of Greater Seattle and the Archdiocese of SeattleThursday, January 22 | 7:00-8:30 pm | Plymouth Congregational Church - 1217 Sixth Avenue, Seattle WA 98101Reception to followThe evening will include a well filled with water by representatives from partnering churches, a special reading and sharing from the school’s very own Rev. Dr. Michael Kinnamon, as well as a special gift in honor of the theme. A reception will follow. Daily ReflectionsReflections on the Daily Scripture Texts by school faculty, staff, students, and partners will be posted on our Worship and Liturgy blog