From International Bodies 
For the materials published each year for the Week of Prayer, visit the following pages on the websites of the joint publishers:

From Britain
For the editions of the materials produced for use in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, visit the site of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland:
Readings from the Scriptures 
For a booklet of readings from the Bible, One Light: One World, jointly produced by Churches Together in England and the Bible Society to mark the 2008 Centenary of the Week of Prayer, click here to download the PDF file

Intercessions for the Liturgy or Personal Prayer
For a small leaflet of bidding prayers, litanies and intercessions that can easily be used in services during the Week of Prayer or at other times of the year, based on those drawn up by Paul Couturier, click here to download the PDF file or here to download a Word document. Or visit the 'Praying" pages of the website of the promoter and publisher:
From the Friars of the Atonement at Graymoor, New York 
The founder of the Friars of the Atonement, Fr Paul Wattson, launched the Church Unity Octave with the Revd Spencer Jones - the Week of Prayer's first incarnation. Visit their website for more of the history, background and resources for use in the USA.
Ecumenical Office 
For an ecumenical office for Christian Unity that can be used in the Week of Prayer or at other times of the year, again based on the writings of Paul Couturier as used by the Chemin Neuf Community and incorporating some hymns of Charles Wesley at the time of his Tercentenary, click here to download a PDF, or here for the Word file, or visit the following website, which has more detail on the fascinating life and work of Fr Paul Couturier:
Some Essays and Articles
Here are two important essays by members of the Society of the Atonement, which we reproduce with grateful acknowledgement:
Here are two essays by Fr Mark Woodruff, the first outlining the development of the thought and spiritual ecumenism of Fr Paul Couturier, the second touching on the development of ecumenical monasticism and liturgical renewal inspired by Dom Lambert Beauduin, which profoundly influences Couturier: