Norfolk contingent to attend national day of prayer
A day of prayer for Britain will be held on January 26 in London. Call to Prayer will be booking a coach from Norfolk for this important event if a sufficient number are interested in travelling together.
About the event
Britain is in crisis. Christians and Government are divided – our whole future is in question. Britain was once a Godly Nation but has now turned away from God. Brexit and the Authority of the Bible have divided church and state. Join us in unity for a Day of Prayer Saturday 26 January 2019 at The SSE Arena, Wembley. Psalm 133 says, ‘When Brethren dwell in unity, the Lord commands the blessing’. We can change Britain through the power of prayer when we unite in intercession.
Intercessions will be led by David Hathaway, Clifford Hill, Rev Betty King, and other national leaders to be announced.
Director of Norfolk-based Call to Prayer Jill Gower said, “Do make this a priority if you possibly can - it's so important that we unite in prayer with others from across the nation at this crucial time!”
The event will be on Saturday, January 26 10am - 6pm at The SSE Arena, Wembley, Engineers Way, Wembley
Transport from Norfolk
The bus will leave from a central location in Norwich, with an additional pickup on the A11 Thetford bypass. The cost of the coach is likely to be in the region of £20 each, depending on numbers. If these are too few, the alternative is for us to make our own way there.
Please contact Call to Prayer by Friday 11 January if you would like to book places on the coach, and they will then let you know if this will be going ahead. Payment will need to be made in advance.
As tickets are numbered, whether travelling by coach or independently, attendees will need to book their own event tickets (£10 + registration fee) from https://www.eurovision.org.uk/prayer2019/
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01603 920074