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Spaces on prayer and worship course in Norwich

Call the Prayer launched a discipleship course based on prayer and worship last week and it is not too late to join in!
 

 
The weekly course is centred around prayer and worship, cultivating a lifestyle of worship and prayer.  This 6-session school will encourage you to a new level of wonder, love and praise and will teach the art of practising the presence of God, building an altar of prayer and worship to the Lord.  
 
Course leader Jill Gower said, "We experienced such a sweet Presence of God at our first Raise a Hallelujah and would love you to come and join us as we seek to draw even closer to Jesus. Come and be immersed in the presence of God and encounter Him in new ways as we learn different styles of worship and prayer as we minister to Him and He ministers to us!"
 
The content will include:

Bridal song/intimacy ~ Building an altar ~ Prophetic worship/prayers ~ Prayer of agreement ~ Harp & Bowl ~ Blessing ~ Declaring and legislating
 
9.00 for coffee, 9.30 start

Friday 1st November 2019              Friday 8th November 2019
  Friday 15th November 2019             Friday 22nd November 2019
Friday 29th November 2019             Friday 6th December 2019

Light House, Fishergate, Norwich, NR3 1SE  01603 920074
No charge, but an offering will be gratefully received.  Please contact jill@call2prayer.co.uk to sign up or for more information. 

Talks will be recorded and available to purchase a few days after the final session, either on CDs (£24) or memory sticks (£15).

Parking nearby - pay & display in Blackfriars Street


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