You've probably heard about prayer rings. See the complete explanation below, "Fellowship of the Rings".
You are free to create a ring in any way you please, but one approach is to start with just three people. During a 3-way call, decide when each of you are available to share prayers. Later on, Person A will call Person B to share prayers, then Person B will call Person C in a few days so they can pray together. Finally, Person C calls Person A to say prayers, completing the circle. Over time they can add a few more people to the ring.
Most devotional meetings are accomplished by asking the friends who attend to read whatever prayers they choose. But some people like to present more organized programs. Click here for a for an online folder with over 200 planned devotionals.
If you would like help in starting a devotional meeting or prayer ring, email the ATC at ATCcuyahoga@gmail.com. We are here to serve you.
There are dozens of people in the cluster who are qualified to tutor study circles. If you are interested in studying a Ruhi book and need a tutor,
write to Sandy Frazer, OH01-CIC@rbcmws.org
The Regional Bahá'í Council wants to put you on the map! Go to the RBC's Points of Light map to add your family devotional meeting or to see the devotions in your area.
If you are in Cuyahoga County, each time your prayer ring completes a cycle, fill in this simple form. If you are in another county, talk to your cluster statistical officer about how to report your ring.
If you are a tutor in Cuyahoga County, fill out this form when you initiate or complete a study circle.
These forms are filled out four times each year, in January, April, July and October.
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