Praying Together: March 2020
Thousands of Christians lit candles and prayed last Sunday at 7.00 pm and want to keep the prayer going.
While the online witness was extraordinary, we are aware that not many people were outside to see the candles — and the lighter evenings will make them less visible in the weeks to come. So Churches Together in England is offering a poster to encourage #prayersofhope.
You can download the poster from the list under the Candle of Hope picture. There's one for you if you can print in colour, or a black & white version if you prefer, or one to colour in.
St Paul tells us to pray continually. However, it helps to know that others are also praying at a specific time, so we encourage you to pray at 7.00 pm on Sunday evening. If you want to join in online prayer, there are two options of which we are aware:
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