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(Sun)
The past few months have been traumatic and we see breakdown of relationships amongst friends and families.  At Christian Action (CA), we continue to focus in serving the deprived without getting distracted.  Please pray for harmony and peace in Hong Kong. As a whole, we will strive for full restoration, encourage one another, be of one mind, live in peace. And the God of love and peace will be with us.  Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.  Philippians 4:6
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(Mon)
School bells ring in most schools of Hong Kong and Qinghai today. May God bless a new school term to start smoothly; and He would personally guide the students to walk steadily in His way with His word as a guiding light. Amen!
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(Tue)
A client on social benefits from Sheung Shui Service Centre will volunteer to do hair cuts for the needy in the community.  Pray that more people will be empowered and personally understand the power of giving through serving others.
4
(Wed)
Please pray for some trustees of Christian Action UK who are facing health challenges due to ageing. May God be with these trustees who support our ministry on the Tibetan Plateau during this difficult time.
5
(Thu)
Give thanks to a private club house that generously donates 230 mooncakes to our beneficiaries of the New Arrivals Mong Kok Service Centre for the Mid-Autumn festival. Pray that more private enterprises join us to show love and care to the disadvantaged.
6
(Fri)
Thanks to some volunteer counselors from a local university who give pro bono counselling services to our Centre for Refugees. Pray that more people will join hands with us to help marginalized sector with their expertise, love and care.
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(Sat)
Starting from 2nd September, our Ministry Coordination Team On Tai Service Centre (formerly known as Sau Mau Ping Service Centre) will give out 20 lunch boxes every Wednesday and bread twice weekly to the needy families in the vicinity. Pray that we strive to bring hope and concern to the underprivileged neighbours.  
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(Sun)
As a member of the Executive Committee of HK Christian Council, Mrs. Cheung-Ang Siew Mei, our Executive Director, will attend a religious interflow between Six Religious Leaders from Hong Kong and relevant religious counterparts in Beijing this week. May God bless her continuously to be His good messenger.
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(Mon)
Last Saturday, 50 impoverished people from our New Arrivals Mong Kok Service Centre were sponsored by the government to visit the Hong Kong Wetland Park and followed by a vegetarian lunch. Pray that they would feel treasured and loved by the community.
10
(Tue)
Collaborating with the Home Affairs Department, our Ethnic Minorities (EM) Woosung Street Integrated Services Centre will co-organize a symposium at Tsimshatsui Community Hall for about 200 EM youth this Sunday. Some successful EM role models from different disciplines such as a doctor, psychologist, social worker and fire-fighter will be invited to share their experiences. Pray that the attendants would feel encouraged and motivated to pursue their dream jobs.
11
(Wed)
Give thanks.
We are entering the final installation stage of the audio-video system at our hall of Choi Wan Centre, our new headquarters.  Pray that it will be accomplished on schedule; and be a blessing to our beloved neighbourhood.
12
(Thu)
A new round of the “English Connect Programme”, run by the International Christian Assembly for about 40 clients of our New Arrival Mong Kok Service Centre, will start from 21st September as the new school term has begun.  Pray that more churches will partner with us to deliver light and hope to the needy as we follow Jesus Christ’s example.
13
(Fri)
Happy Mid Autumn Festival!
Please pray that the disenfranchised and disadvantaged such as migrant domestic helpers working far away from home, or refugees stranded in Hong Kong feel cared for, and not alone. Pray that they understand that God is love; and our staff will be uplifted to serve our clients with a joyful heart.
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(Sat)
Our Training Services Division will organize two interesting classes titled “some little lawyers”(小小律師培訓班): one for 10 primary pupils; and the other for 10 preschool children this month. Pray that we will partner with more local organizations to promote social cohesion.
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(Sun)
We continue to pray for peace in the world especially countries torn apart due to internal conflicts or wars. We pray for refugees to be helped and protected during these upheavals.  
16
(Mon)
Over 20 clients from On Tai Integrated Employment Assistance Service Centre will participate in an activity themed “Fun time with the Kids” under the initiative “Home New On Tai” this Saturday. Pray that we strive to foster community integration; and be a light to a new neighbourhood.
17
(Tue)
Answered prayer
Thanks be to God! Our Sheung Shui Service Centre has successfully organized the after-school care programme for deprived family in the district since this September. Pray that we continue to help lessen the burden of working parents on benefit assistance.
18
(Wed)
This afternoon, 2 colleagues from our EM service team will share in a career talk hosted by the Labour Department in Tsuen Wan for about 20 people; featuring the abilities of EM clients, and the difficulties they encounter in the job market. Pray that we will be able to invest in the lives of the vulnerable young, widen their life horizons; and develop their spiritual insight.
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(Thu)
This Friday afternoon will see the closing ceremony of our 3rd batch school-based mentorship programme in Tin Shui Wai titled “Chasing Childhood Dreams.(童夢飛翔)”. Pray that those 100 mentee-and-mentor pairs will establish  long-lasting friendships that will inspire the younger generation to live out a God purposeful life.
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(Fri)
Tomorrow will see a carnival for about 120 women, themed “Empowering the Community : Gear up.New Women” (新婦女.齊起動 - 社區動力嘉年華), to be held in our new headquarters’ hall sponsored by the Women’s Commission. Pray that they will understand the essence of self-enrichment so as to pursue their dreams for a better future.
21
(Sat)
This afternoon, Christian Action’s Vision Sharing Luncheon 2019, themed Reason to Celebrate, Blessed to Serve will be held. Pray for a roaring success that will touch the guests’ hearts to support our charity work in Qinghai. Amen!
22
(Sun)
Today our Migrant Domestic Worker team will organize an outdoor health talk for the migrant workers at Lai Chi Kok Park, sponsored by the Equal Opportunity Commission, followed by a body check-up. Pray that the beneficiaries will be blessed by this outreach event as they have to work far away from their homes in another country.
23
(Mon)
Over the past weekend, the Social Enterprise Division co-organized a “Green Collection Charity Drive” in a private housing estate in Kowloon.  Pray that our goodwill would spread further throughout the city and more people will support our green collection programme.    
24
(Tue)
Today 10 women including new arrivals and welfare recipients from the On Tai Integrated Employment Assistance Service Centre will be sponsored to enjoy a bowling activity in Tsuen Wan and a lunch together.  Pray that they will have fun and feel cherished in the eyes of God through our service.    
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(Wed)
The mooncake tin collection, co-organized with Sino Property Management Group to collect empty tins from its 114 private housing estates after the mid-autumn festival, will end this week. Pray that we can effectively use this opportunity to educate people about the importance of recycling after the festival celebrations.
26
(Thu)
Today Mrs. Cheung, in her capacity as a Justice of the Peace, will visit a correctional institution. May God guide her words and steps; and continue to use her as His good messenger.
27
(Fri)
The preparation of the Season of Love charity drive 2019/20 is in full swing. Pray for His inspiration and connection in opening up new circulation channels as it is one of our most important campaigns. May this exercise prove fruitful as all proceeds will be ploughed back to sustain our ministries in HK and Qinghai.
28
(Sat)
To echo with the theme of Healthy Community this year, this afternoon we will launch an activity with various local community partners for about 100 people stressing 8 fall prevention tips. Pray that we strive to offer more need-oriented initiatives for our neighbours and help enhance community health.
29
(Sun)
Please pray in unison for Christian Action Asia (USA) to achieve its target of 5,000 followers on Facebook even though it has been a long haul. Pray for His strength and insight to make this virtual platform a strong support to our ministry in Qinghai.
30
(Mon)
We will organize a talent show in the next 2 months which will be performed by some participating schools to fund raise and advocate CA’s charity work for the underprivileged children in Hong Kong and Qinghai.  Pray that we will widen our fund raising channels to further sustain our services.