Recognizing that we, as a denomination, are standing in a challenging moment, the Council of Delegates of the CRCNA is encouraging churches to make June 2021 to June 2022 a year of prayer—to listen to the Spirit and to one another. This prayer initiative is titled “Together Seeking God’s Face” and invites us all to take on postures and practices of prayerful discernment.
Each week, between now and Synod, we are inviting several classes to join together with CRCNA leaders for a time of prayer. These virtual prayer sessions will be on Wednesdays at 12:00 p.m. Eastern (11:00 a.m. Central, 10:00 a.m. Mountain, 9:00 a.m. Pacific). You will find the invitation schedule below.
I invite you to join in prayer. Please mark this date and time on your calendar and plan on attending. Two weeks prior to your classis scheduled prayer time, you will receive an email with Zoom link as well as the prayer guide. If you are unable to attend with your classis, but would still like to participate, please respond to that email, and we will send you information about other upcoming prayer times.
Colin P. Watson, Sr.
CRCNA Executive Director
January 26, 2022: Alberta North, Grand Rapids South, Northcentral Iowa
February 2, 2022: Alberta South/Saskatchewan, Grandville, Iakota
February 9, 2022: B.C. North-West, Grand Rapids East
February 16, 2022: Arizona, B.C. South-East, Thornapple Valley
February 23, 2022: Lake Superior, Minnkota, Rocky Mountain, Zeeland
March 2, 2022: Holland, Niagara, Wisconsin
March 9, 2022: Grand Rapids North, Hamilton, Red Mesa
March 16, 2022: Georgetown, Huron, Yellowstone
March 23, 2022: Greater Los Angeles, Muskegon, Ontario Southwest
March 30, 2022: California South, Kalamazoo, Toronto
April 6, 2022: Eastern Canada, Ko-Am, Lake Erie
April 13, 2022: Central California, Northern Michigan, Quinte
April 27, 2022: Atlantic Northeast, Hanmi, Heartland, Northern Illinois
May 11, 2022: Chicago South, Hudson, Illiana, North Cascades
May 18, 2022: Columbia, Hackensack
May 25, 2022: Central Plains, Pacific Northwest, Southeast U.S.