Tasmanian Baptists News & Prayer

Sunday June 28, 2020

Above: Internationals and refugees in Tasmania are finding life especially difficult during COVID-19. Pictured are Joel (Tas Baptists Multicultural Coordinator) and Tracy Ortiz, with the International Fellowship, 2019.

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Prayer for Churches

Pray for our churches starting face-to-face services once again.  For wisdom to get the safety details right.  For openness to new directions as we come out of the shut-down experience.

Pray for our churches who are yet to open their services. For wisdom in deciding when to open services and properties to church programs and to other users.

Pray for our migrant and refugee fellowships navigating the complexities of COVID-19.

Prayer for Refugee Justice

Pray for our migrant and refugee fellowships navigating the complexities of COVID-19.

Our Social Justice Taskforce has distributed resources on Refugee Justice to our churches and pastors.  Click HERE to view the latest Monthly Byte

To receive more information, contact Jeff McKinnon, jeff@citybaptistchurch.net

For one family’s experience on Nauru, as told to Canadian TV in 2016, watch this:

Prayer for COVID-19 Global Emergency Appeal

It is likely that the poorest parts of the world will suffer a huge emergency due to COVID-19. Many of these same parts of the world are already dealing with the early effects of climate change and have limited resources.

Baptist World Aid Australia has set up a COVID Global Emergency Appeal to be able to respond as needed – providing face masks to protect thousands of vulnerable Syrian refugees from the coronavirus.

You can give generously now in the following ways:

Ring: 1300 789 991
Post a cheque: Baptist World Aid, Locked Bag 2200, North Ryde, NSW, 1670

Click HERE to donate online

Reflect: His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of him.

2 Peter 1:3