Women's World Day of Prayer 2016

This year it was Molly's turn to represent the Catholic Bible School at a local Women's World Day of Prayer event in Pagham (near Bognor Regis).

It was a fantastic celebration in a full Church which was hosted by the community at St Ninian's URC.  The service this year was put together by the women of Cuba and as usual reflected their cultural heritage.

Molly took one of seven speaking roles to lead the service and was a maraca playing child (which was a fun role to play).  Her she is pictured with the other women who had speaking parts.

As you can see Molly was quite a bit younger than the other participants!  It was a fantastic opportunity to be asked to be part of and, unsurprisingly, Molly was the star of the show!  The Women's World Day of Prayer is a great ecumenical movement in the church to be part of - maybe get involved with your local group in time for next year!  The services usually take place on the first Friday in March.

Singing hymns during the service

Singing hymns during the service