Prayers for the Lenten Appeal for 2013 - Week 3
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Lenten Appeal Prayers 2013  |  Week 3

Dear Supporter,


Thank you for joining us in prayer for week 3 of Lent. If you need any assistance with resources or have any questions about the appeal, please let us know.

Missed a week? Here is week 1 and week 2.

Blessings,
Anglican Missions
 
Transit House - Papua New Guinea
The Diocese of Aipo Rongo in Papua New Guinea is working towards becoming self sufficient. They are building a Transit House in Mt Hagen to enable the Diocese to raise its own money. This project raises funds for the remaining plumbing, electrical fittings, doors, painting, beds and bedding, and whiteware.

Pray for all projects undertaken to create self sufficiency in the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea; these projects sustain evangelism, the primary purpose of the church of God.
This Diocese of Aipo Rongo is not financially stable to take this diocese into the future, therefore the strategy now is to venture into creating self sufficiency through money generating projects. The church must produce sufficient income before spending it on ministry and social work.
Mission Support - Polynesia
Support the clergy of Polynesia. About 21 stipendiary clergy and 6 non-stipendiary clergy are supported by this Anglican Missions Board project. This is in recognition of the evangelism, mission and outreach work that they are involved with, which is an on-going programme of the Diocese.

Pray for the leaders and clergy of the Diocese of Polynesia as they shape the spiritual life of their nations in the South Pacific.
Archdeacon Sepi (left front) overseeing the food table for her ordained co-workers dinner at the Bishop’s house front lawn. L to R – Revd Jeke Abunio (St. Michael’s and All Angels, Matata), Revd Yusuf Sahayam (St. Matthew’s, Samabula), Revd Matai Cokanasiga (Chaplain to Anglican schools), Revd Demesi Sitei (Holy Family, Waidradra), Revd Josefa Brown (Holy Redeemer, Levuka), Revd Wame Tukana (St. Mark’s Newtown), Revd Bale Sinolo (Wainaloka, Levuka). 


Ordinands in Training - Iran
The Ordinand Training project aims to provide trained pastoral leadership to those serving the Anglican Church in Iran. This is an amazing step for the future of the Church in Iran.

The Christians of Iran come from many traditions, ie from the Armenian Orthodox, Roman Catholics, Anglicans and Pentecostals. 

Pray for Lenten fellowship before Easter to draw the Christian communities in Iran together as they seek to be an authentic Christian presence.


Tech for Kids - Palestine, Jerusalem
Tech for Kids will help the Episcopal Technological & Vocational Training Center (ETVTC) to buy computers, chairs, and a server for their technology department in order to create more opportunities for the children of Ramallah.

Pray for the Episcopal Technological & Vocational Training Center; that they may achieve their goals to build technology skills while teaching intercultural understanding, confidence and a “can-do” spirit and giving their youth a hope for the future.
The Center also serves many other purposes. They offer after school classes in music, arts, ballet and karate. Each year ETVTC hold a technological, cultural and recreational summer camp. They organize special workshops to provide vocational training and other enrichment programs to community members. The Center provides a space for spiritual gatherings and retreats.
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