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At the end of this month the churches of Petersfield are joining together to pray for our town, to pray ‘prosperity and peace’ where we live. It is important that we also pray for people to come to know our wonderful Lord Jesus.
Please take a look at the web site www.thykingdomcome.global
Perhaps in life groups we can all share the suggestion to pray for 5 of our friends, neighbours or work colleagues. Penny and I have seen some amazing results from our prayers for neighbours over the last few years.
Jesus says he is the vine we are the branches and promises that, if we ‘remain’ in him, we will bear much fruit. Let’s start believing God for miracles and start claiming that promise of fruit, as we remain in him.
PACT Popup Prayer Space
From Ascension Day, Friday 31 May to Pentecost, Friday 8 June PACT churches will be manning a Pop Up Prayer Space in Petersfield.
We will be using the old Thornton's At Home shop in the High Street - next to Boots. You can book one or more hour-long slots on any day; to see where there are spaces available check the calendar on www.pact.org.uk/pop. Then send an email with the day, date and time that you can make and email this, with your name to: email@example.com. If a slot is already booked you can still sign up because it won't matter if there are several people there!
If you are already on the list or are considering being a host and taking responsibility for the shop please attend a training event at the URC hall this Friday 7.45. If you can’t make it I will make notes and take time to offer you some training.
Can we “Say one for You?”
From 10.00 a.m.
Join in with the Spring Festival
In the Square & Town Centre
NO SUNDAY MEETING AT TPS
In the old Thornton’s shop in the High Street
POPUP PRAYER SHOP
Every day from 31st May - 8th June
10.30 - 12:00 a.m. followed by refreshments
The Main Hall at TPS
SUNDAY MEETING AT TPS
From 9.45 a.m. In the Church Centre for prayer then in the Square from 10.30 a.m.