- c/o St John's Mill
- Mill Road
- St John's
- Isle of Man
- IM4 3AF
Assisted Dying 2023
All eight Church denominations within Churches Alive in Mann are united in our opposition to the proposed Assisted Dying Bill. To find out why, and to discover how you can respond, please read on.
** April 2023 Read our press release about the bias in the Consultation Report.
We would like to highlight two great evenings planned by Manx Duty of Care with Dr Claud Regnard, a highly regarded palliative care specialist.
Read our response to the Government consultation.
To understand a Christian perspective, watch our CAIM presentation: Responding to Assisted Dying.
For some statistics to make you think, see Assisted Dying in Numbers.
Keep up to date with daily thoughtful Facebook posts at Assisted Dying IOM.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond to the Government consultation on Assisted Dying.
The Consultation Bias Report highlights several concerns with the wording of the consultation. You could make these concerns known to your MHKs.
Prayer is powerful, so we are calling on God's people across the Island to seek Him regularly and persistently on this matter.
So far, we have two opportunities to pray with other Christians:
- Every Tuesday morning, 8am to 8.30am, at the Well, Broadway (next door down from Broadway Baptist Church, Douglas).
If you sign up to our mailing list below, you will receive weekly prayer pointers, which can be used in your private prayers, and will also form the basis of the weekly prayer gatherings.
Some people have committed to fasting each Tuesday as part of humbling ourselves and seeking God on this matter. We would be delighted if others sense and respond to God's invitation to do the same.
"The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective" (The Bible: James 5:16 - NRSV)
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