This year’s Global Week of Prayer will run from 4 to 6 November 2019
Scripture Union Movements in more than 120 countries are united in bringing the Big Story of God to children and young people all over the world. This global family, encompassing many cultures, languages, individuals and methods, with one purpose – to share God’s love with a new generation.
This year we’re exploring the theme of ‘weaving’ to symbolise that unity and connectedness. We hope you will join with us as we collectively weave our way around the world in prayer during these five days in November.
To help guide your prayers this year we have identified a special theme for each of tech five days. There are also some creative resources to inspire and inform your prayers.
We are seeking to appoint a creative and innovative person who will develop and take a lead role in the implementation of a brand-new communications strategy for the whole organisation.
FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR Part-time position
We are seeking to appoint a forward-thinking fundraiser with a proven track record who will develop and implement the fundraising strategy for the whole organisation.
Each of the above roles is part time: alternatively, SUNI would also be open to appointing one full time person to the role of Communications and Fundraising Coordinator.
E3 SCHOOLS WORKER for Fermanagh & Fivemiletown Full-time position
We are looking for someone to serve the local schools community by involvement in lessons, assemblies, SU groups; working alongside pupils and teachers and empowering local churches to engage more effectively in their schools.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of our new E3 Worker for East Antrim, Rebekah Ravey!
Rebekah is from Ballynure in County Antrim. After leaving school, Rebekah spent a year with Youth for Christ participating in different types of youth and schools’ ministry.
That experience confirmed for Rebekah that she wanted to pursue Christian ministry so she moved on to Belfast Bible College, where she has just graduated from 3 years of studying.
Rebekah says, “I’m very thankful to my home church, Glengormley Baptist, for all their support in recent years and for the experiences I have had there, serving in church and in the local community. As a resident of the East Antrim area, I am really excited to see what opportunities are available and how God is going to work right on my doorstep – I can’t wait to get started!”
Rebekah will be working in a Part-Time capacity, alongside Caroline Sleator. Please pray for Rebekah as she starts this new role and for Caroline and Rebekah as they establish a new working rhythm. Pray on, too, for the East Antrim DST, led by Rhyan McCoy, at this exciting new time!