Our church rallied together and sent out over 30 people to Europe a year ago to serve refugees. We want to continue to remember and pray for the refugees and for our Muslim neighbors because the crisis is not over and media sound bites about Islamic extremism can too easily incite anger, fear and even hatred towards Muslims.
To do this, we've decided to join together with Christians around the world in a movement called "The 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim world". This movement invites the Church to make an intentional yet respectful effort to learn about, pray for and reach out to our Muslim neighbors.
The 30 Days of Prayer coincides yearly with Ramadan, which just started yesterday. Ramadan is an important month of fasting and religious observance for Muslims.
You can follow along by grabbing a booklet on Sunday at our Connect Corner or by visiting the site below for daily information and prayer requests. We hope that together as a church, as well as individuals, families, and lifegroups, we can continue to stir up engagement, conversations, and prayer among ourselves and with others through this time.