Youth Strategy 2019 – 2024

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pqig-69had_sQYqww_u37xzImokhLBam/view?usp=sharingWhat an exciting time for our fellowship as the Kirk Session, along with our Youth Worker, Hayley Cullen, launch the new Youth Strategy for the

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Europe in Focus

‘EUROPE IN FOCUS’ A special evening focusing on some of the mission work of PCI’s personnel and partners in Spain, Portugal and Hungary on Friday

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Prayer

Prayer is vitally important. It is good to talk to God in prayer. We may not understand the mystery of prayer. We don’t need to. But this much is clear: actions in heaven begin when someone prays on earth. What an amazing thought! When you speak, Jesus hears. And when Jesus hears, the world is changed. All because someone prayed.

In Muckamore, we provide a range of opportunities to pray together – before church services on Sundays, during church services, in the Midweek Prayer and Praise gatherings, in homes as people study the bible and pray together. 

To find out more about the prayer life of our church family, please contact us:

Email:  prayer@muckamore.com

And finally, rather than try to explain the importance and significance of prayer, here’s an excerpt from Max Lucado’s writings on prayer, entitled ‘Prayer:  A Heavenly Invitation”.

“When a believing person prays, great things happen.”  (James chapter 5 verse 16)

Imagine yourself in a dark room.  Windows closed.  Curtains drawn.  Shutters shut.  In the darkness it’s hard to believe there’s daylight beyond the drapes.  So you grope and try to feel your way across the floor.  You take a step, disoriented and unsure where you are headed.  Progress is slow and the journey painful.  Stubbed toes, bruised shins, broken vases.  It’s hard to walk in a dark place.

Harder still to walk in a dark world.  But many try.  And, as a result, many are wounded in the effort:  tripping over problems, bumping into one another in the shadows, ramming into walls.

But occasionally one of us makes a discovery.  Reaching through the blackness, a hand finds curtains and a window latch.  “The walls have windows!”  The drapes are pulled back and the window opened.  The sun floods into the room.  What was dark is now bright.  What was opaque is now clear.  What was stale is now fresh.  With the light comes a peace, a power, a desire to move closer to the light, and a confidence to step forward.  Our timid steps are replaced by a certainty to our walk.  A certainty to move through the corridors of life, opening one window after another to illuminate.  What a difference!  And all it took was one small gesture of opening curtains and raising the window.

Prayer does the same thing for us.  Prayer is the window that God has placed in the walls of our world.  Leave it shut and the world is a cold, dark house.  But throw back the curtains and see His light.  Open the window and hear His voice.  Open the window of prayer and invoke the presence of God in your world.”