Learn about the many ways you can support the Prayer for Peace. Daily prayers, weekly service outlines, and worship elements are provided for use in homes and spiritual gatherings.
The Prayer for Peace is open to the public on Wednesdays at 1:00 P.M. Central USA Time in the Community of Christ Temple in Independence, Missouri, USA. This weekly service is also live streamed for remote participation on Facebook and YouTube.
Create a Prayer for Peace
The elements of the prayer for peace liturgy support the primary focus of praying for peace.
LIGHTING THE PEACE CANDLE
The candle symbolizes the light of God’s revelation that is available to all. The relighting each time symbolizes God repeatedly entering human experience.
Each day we uphold a different country in our prayers. See the list of countries for this year. This resource is only available in English.
Scriptures of justice and peace are taken from and support the Revised Common Lectionary. Download peace and justice scriptures. This resource is only available in English.
PRAYER FOR PEACE
Our prayers for peace boldly name injustice and suffering and compel us toward compassionate action that reorders the world. Explore prayers for peace on HeraldHouse.org. This resource is only available in English.
Community of Christ Sings includes justice and peace songs. Purchase a copy of Community of Christ Sings.
PRAYERS OF THE PEOPLE
Prayer statements and moments of silence invite reflection and response to peace for me, peace for us, peace for communities, and peace for the planet. Access Prayers of the People.
We are sent into the world to live the words we pray.
Explore worship elements
Review Prayer for Peace worship elements, such as scriptures on justice and peace, peace prayers, below and download them at HeraldHouse.org. This resource is only available in English.