Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2005

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12. Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2005. The 2005 materials and liturgy were prepared by the Latin America and Caribbean region of WSCF, in particular, by Reverend Dan Gonzalez of the Student Christian Movement for Equality (MEC for la Equidad), in Mexico. The 2005 celebration was dedicated to memory of the victims of the tsunami

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2006

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11. Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2006. In 2006, the Universal Day of Prayer for Student materials and liturgy were prepared by the North America region of WSCF. The theme of the celebration was “empire” and explore issues around sovereignty, domination and the relationship between the Gospel and the concept of imperialism.  11. UDPS 2006 Publication

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2007

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10. Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2007. The 2007 materials and liturgy for the Universal Day of Prayer for Student celebration were prepared by the Europe region of WSCF. They captured the theme of migration, in all its forms. The materials highlighted that migration can be voluntary or driven by external factors, such as war, social

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2008

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Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2008. The liturgy and materials for the 2008 Universal Day of Prayer for Students were developed by the WSCF Inter-Regional Office. They focused on the theme of “Students in the 21st Century”, also reflecting the theme of the WSCF 34th General Assembly which was taken from the prophecy of Joel: “I shall pour out

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2009

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Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2009. In 2009, the Universal Day of Prayer for Students focused on the themes of identity, diversity and dialogue. These were discussed as reflections of personal, social and ethnic individuality, and as encompassing tolerance and acceptance. The materials and liturgy were prepared by the Middle East region of WSCF.  8. UDPS

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2011

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Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2011. The materials for the 2011 Universal Day of Prayer for Students were prepared by WSCF, in collaboration with the Ecumenical Water Network, an initiative of Christian churches and organisations promoting the preservation, responsible management and the equitable distribution of water for all. The theme of the celebration was “Just Water.

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2013

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Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2013. The liturgy and materials for the 2013 celebration of the Universal Day of Prayer for Students were prepared by the Student Christian Movement (SCM) of Cuba, in partnership with the WSCF Inter-Regional Office and with contributions from SCM India. The theme of the celebration was “God of Life, Lead Us to

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2016

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Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2016. The 2016 liturgy and materials for the Universal Day of Prayer for Students were prepared by the European Student Christian Movement in Britain (SCM Britain). The 2016 celebration focused on “Stories of Faith”, inviting young people of different denominations, and from different cultures, to come together in prayer.  4. UDPS 2016

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2018

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Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2018. The 2018 Universal Day of Prayer for Students focused on eco-justice, inviting students and movements to reflect on the relationship between justice, ecology and economy. The liturgy and materials were prepared by the WSCF Latin America and Caribbean region.  3. UDPS 2018 Publication date: February 2018  Published by: WSCF, WSCF Latin America

Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2019

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Universal Day of Prayer for Students 2019. The 2019 Universal Day of Prayer for Students focused on the theme “Young people building peace and overcoming violence”. It invited movements from across the world to pray and reflect on how to overcome violence among different societies and among people from different faith communities. The liturgy and materials were prepared by the WSCF

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