National Day of Prayer


This coming Friday, 13th November 2020, there is a call to a National Day of Prayer. On this day we can all pray and unite, and seek God together in these most challenging and troublesome of times. We invite you to take some time aside in your day on Friday, to be still before God and pray – pray for our Community and our Nation. We have attached here a really helpful resource, to guide us all in those prayers and take us through the day. We know that prayer is the way forward, to call upon the Lord to shed light in the darkness, hope to the nations, and spread healing to our land 1 John 5:14-15.


Corrie Ten Boom prayed (and helped many Jewish people hide and escape the holocaust) – and she said this about prayer, "The wonderful thing about praying is that you leave a world of not being able to do something, and enter God’s realm where everything is possible. He specialises in the impossible. Nothing is too great for His almighty power. Nothing is too small for His love."


Please join us this Friday: click here for the link

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