Leeds Prayer Week began at St George's on Sunday 4th Nov with 2 great talks on prayer. Listen again here.
@1830service "You can do more than pray after you have prayed; but you can never do more than pray until after you have prayed" #unexpected
Leeds Prayer Week has been amazing to see Church leaders gathering to pray as well as many using the opportunities this week to take time out of their normal routine and pray for our city!
@jonathanjjclark Week of Prayer for Leeds - Father - in Leeds - let your kingdom come, renew and grow your whole church, and shape StGs to do your will. Amen
St George's Church held a day of Prayer and Fasting on Tuesday 6th Nov as part of Leeds Prayer Week, which ended with a worship and prayer meeting on Tuesday evening. Another opportunity to pray for the city was weekly prayer mornings each Thursday.
@markpowley1 Praise God from whom all blessings flow! What can we praise God for this morning? #thursdaymornings
@markpowley1 God is Jehovah Jireh; he provides. Father help us trust you as faithfully as you provide. Thank you that we never could.
@markpowley1 Refine your church, Lord. Give her leaders peace. Give us all a Deep Life, rooted in you and a Pure Life, freed from sin.
@jonathanjjclark 1cor3 god gives the growth, now refine us, make us solid gold
@jonathanjjclark 'There remains very much land to possess...' Josh 13.1 In the course of today, show us how to proceed in Leeds
@jonathanjjclark Day of prayer ended with us crying out for Leeds schools, voluntary sector, and businesses. Then we raised the roof with praise! Great day
But it wasn't just congregation members gathering to pray, Church leaders from all over the city gathered to pray for unity and the issues affecting Leeds.
@jonathanjjclark Today was the 1st of a new wave of Leeds Church leaders meeting to pray for the City. Way to go, but today we took the 1st step.
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