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New venue as Norfolk ministers pray together

PrayerCandles2008: A group of Norfolk church ministers will be meeting together on August 6 to pray for the city and county at a new venue.
The August monthly meeting of Ministers Praying Together has changed venue from that publicised previously. The meeting will now be held at the Church Rooms, Costessey Baptist Church, The Street, Costessey NR8 5AB. Although August is a busy month with many away on holiday we hope you will be able to make time to join us, said administrator Hilary Oliver. They meet at 12.30 for a buffet lunch before praying for our city and county from 1 to 2 p.m. 
“A small group of ministers have been meeting together for some years now with a shared desire to see the kingdom of God enlarged in the local area,” said Hilary. “Setting aside the first Wednesday lunchtime each month, they demonstrate the belief that God’s mighty purposes may be advanced among us through united prayer and fellowship by putting it into practice and praying together.”
The meeting for 3rd September will be at Earlham Christian Centre and on 1st October the meeting will be at Norwich Family Life Church, Hall Lane, Drayton.
All leaders, clergy and ministers are welcome. If you would like to host a meeting, or wish for more information, please contact the administrator Hilary Oliver on 01603 260222 or  


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