MOTHERS who are concerned about their
children will be interested in a service to be held in St.
Anne's Cathedral on Monday (September 24) at 8pm.
The speaker will be Veronica Williams, founder of the
organisation 'Mothers Prayers'. Eleven years ago Veronica
and her sister-in-law felt that they ought to be doing
something for their children and grandchildren as they felt
they were growing up in troubled times. Out of that concern
came the organisation 'Mothers Prayers' which gives mothers
the chance to pray for their children. "Mothers Prayers is
interdenominational, and the climax of each of the services
is when mothers in a confidential way place their children
in God's hands by putting their names in a basket. They can
also Pray for other family relationships they are concerned
about," said a spokesperson.
"Mothers Prayers is now active in 86
countries working in 25 languages.
"There have been so many answers to
prayer ? children coming back to the faith, children who
were lost being found, relationships within families
restored, and even when prayers are not fully answered
mothers finding peace about their children."
Brother David Jardine, organiser of the service, said:
'The service on September 24 in the Cathedral will be
tremendous. Mothers will have a chance to pray for their
children that night. Needless to say, everyone will be