This week is a significant ecumenical event with over 100 years of history. Since 1908, the eight days between January 18-25 have been set aside for Christians to remember who they are — a unified group with the same foundation in Jesus Christ. Christians from around the world join together in the same prayers prepared by a group from around the world, that the World Council of Churches and the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity appoints.
This year's theme was selected by the churches of Brazil: "Jesus said to her: 'Give me to drink.'" John 4:7, NRSV
Ecumenical Morning Prayer, Led by Church PartnersTuesday-Friday | 8:30-8:50 am | Chapel of St. Ignatius, Seattle UniversityTuesday, January 20Wednesday, January 21Thursday, January 22Friday, January 23Regional Prayer Service, Co-Sponsored by Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry, The Church Council of Greater Seattle and the Archdiocese of SeattleThursday, January 22 | 7:00-8:30 pm | Reception to followLocation coming soon Daily ReflectionsReflections on the Daily Scripture Texts by school faculty, staff, students, and partners will be posted on our Worship and Liturgy blog