Date: Saturday 26th January 2019
Time: 10am – 2pm (All welcome – Come for all or part of the meeting!)
Venue: St. Paul’s Church, Durnford Street, Stonehouse, PL1 3QW
Parking: Limited parking onsite. Overflow car park at St Georges School (behind the church) and free car park on Cremyll Street.
Organised by: Lydia Fellowship International
Contact: Linda Hitchcock firstname.lastname@example.org or Ben Kay (Mob: 07711998031)
Please join us for all or just part of the day as we prayerfully bring our nation before God once again in line with:
- 2 Chronicles 7:14 – If My People…
- 2 Chronicles 20:12 – ‘We do not know what to do but our eyes are on You’.
You are welcome to join us in fasting during the day. Refreshments will be available.
National Prayer Meeting at Wembley
CLICK HERE to purchase tickets for the national prayer meeting being held at Wembley on 26th January from 10am – 6pm at the SSE Arena.
CLICK HERE to view David Hathaway’s urgent call to pray for our nation or read his message below…
Message from David Hathaway (Eurovision Ministries)
Britain is in crisis. Christians and Government are divided – our whole future is in question. Britain was once a Godly Nation but has now turned away from God. Brexit and the Authority of the Bible have divided church and state.
Join us in unity for a Day of Prayer Saturday 26 January 2019 at The SSE Arena, Wembley.
Psalm 133 says, ‘When Brethren dwell in unity, the Lord commands the blessing’. We can change Britain through the power of prayer when we unite in intercession.
Intercessions will be led by David Hathaway, Clifford Hill, Rev Betty King, Andrea Williams, Lou Engle, Bishop John Frances, Pastor Nims Obunge, Rachel Hickson, Rev Yemi Adedeji, Pastor Tobi Adeboyega, James Aladiran, Apostle Elijah Chanak, and other national leaders to be announced.
For tickets and service times visit: www.ukdayofprayer.co.uk
Click below to read some thoughts about Brexit exploring it from a Biblical perspective: