The monthly Prayer for the Land service will be hosted in the new Birney Room at High Kirk Presbyterian Church Ballymena on Friday 2nd November 2018. The time as usual will be from 12:45 – 1:30pm.
We spoke to Ballymena House of Prayer’s Jonathan Leakey, who said,
“Many will be familiar with Prayers of Blessing for Ballymena which has run for several years now. This year we decided to expand our prayer reach by praying not only for Ballymena but for people and situations throughout Mid and East Antrim Borough and also Ireland, North and South.
Last month we launched this new service of prayers and readings for the season 2018/19. Our theme this year is a Heart Cry for Mercy for the Land. We will be asking God to have mercy and forgive us for our sins as individuals, communities and nation, to rescue and deliver us from those cycles of sin and wrong mindsets that grieve the heart of God, and to heal and restore all that is broken in our town, borough and land.
We hope you can join us on Friday lunchtime, 2nd November in High Kirk to spend this short time bringing our town and our country to God in prayer.”
Prayer for the Land service hosted by High Kirk Church Ballymena – Friday lunchtime – 2nd November
The prayers will be structured but informal, and will include worship, Bible readings, guided prayers and a time for open prayer for the town, the Borough and our country which will be in small groups.
All are welcome, please pass the word on, and come with a friend!