We’re holding a Day of Prayer and Fasting this Sunday, a pivotal event in our sermon series on Galatians.
The main focus will be an opportunity to reflect prayerfully upon our lives (and the life of our church) in the light of the Fruit of the Spirit.
Aside from our normal services, church will be open throughout the day - there will be extended times of silence, as well as some shorter times of sung worship to aid us in our prayers.
Prayer stations about the Fruit of the Spirit will be in the South Aisle and the Chancel to encourage reflection and prayer. A questionnaire to help you reflect will also be available.
Members of pastoral staff and the prayer ministry team will be around throughout the day should there be a desire for a pastoral conversation or some extended prayer.
1pm Church open for private prayer
2pm Sung worship
2.30pm Church open for private prayer
3.30pm Sung worship
4pm Church open for private prayer
5pm Sung worship
5.30pm Church open for private prayer
6.30pm Evening Service
9pm Church closes
Fasting often helps us sharpen our spiritual attention. It doesn’t have to be from food - particularly if you suffer from certain conditions (such as diabetes) or you're pregnant. It could be from social media or TV for the day. But setting aside extended time to seek God has often been a way that God’s people have sought spiritual breakthrough and fresh direction. Before fasting with us on Sunday, please click here for some further advice.