U.K. cases

Pray this week for three Christian Legal Centre cases

Please pray for successful resolutions in three Christian Legal Centre cases
The Christian Legal Centre presses on in supporting Christians who face difficulties for expressing their faith in the public square.
Two clients will this week appear in court, and one family will meet with social workers in November to discuss their case.
Please join us in praying for the clients and for the Christian Legal Centre team. Read more about the cases below.
The Christian Legal Centre does not charge clients for the support we provide. This is only made possible because of the generosity of supporters like you.
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Facing ‘transgender’ pressure

Please join us in praying for Christian parents, who fear their 14-year-old daughter, who is experiencing ‘gender-confusion’, may be taken into foster care unless they agree to her use of a boys name.
At the time of writing, the Christian Legal Centre and the family are preparing for media interviews about this important case.Please pray for the parents, their daughter, and for the Christian Legal Centre, which is supporting the family.
Learn more about the Christian parents’ case

Challenged for chapel preaching

Please pray for Barry Trayhorn and the Christian Legal Centre. On Tuesday 25 October the Employment Appeal Tribunal will consider whether to grant permission for Barry to appeal the Employment Tribunal’s decision.
Barry, who was a prison gardener and chapel volunteer, was forced to resign after being disciplined for talking about sin and forgiveness from 1 Corinthians 6 at a prison chapel service.
The Employment Tribunal decided that Barry had not been discriminated against because of his Christian faith and that the prison acted properly by disciplining him.
Learn more about Barry’s case

Suspended for exploring faith

A Christian nurse, who has been suspended for over 2 years for helping a patient explore her Christian faith, will appear before the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) between 24 and 28 October. She will answer charges that she formed an inappropriate relationship with the patient.
The Christian Legal Centre is supporting the nurse.
Please pray that the NMC panel will understand the nurse’s motives, which were always to encourage the patient to grow in her relationship with the Lord Jesus and that she was responding to the patient’s developments in her own faith. Please pray that the suspension will be lifted and that the patient will continue to experience freedom in Christ.
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