24hr Prayer Vigil

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The Circuit Mission Group has organised a 24 hour Prayer Vigil over this weekend (9/10 December 2018).
It will commence at 8.00am on Saturday 9 December and finish at 8.00 am on Sunday 10 December. It is hoped that all those preaching on Sunday will include a conclusion to this act of worship as part of their services.
This is an event in which all may partake because it can be done from the comfort of your own home if you so wish and will require no more than an hour. Each circuit church has been allocated some hours across the 24 hour period.
There is no prescriptive format or content although it is hoped that during each hour prayers will be said for our circuit churches and the Circuit. Those who are praying can get together to pray, either at their home church, someone's house, a coffee shop or even out doors at a local beauty spot (weather permitting).
Any insomniacs will be able to take the 'midnight hours' and enjoy prayer in total peace.
We do hope that you will all feel able to participate; after all you can never have too much prayer!

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