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Prayer & Praise for Northampton March 2015

Hosted by St Giles Church.

  • Welcome to P&P at St Giles
    Welcome to P&P at St Giles
  • Steve Kelly welcomes all
    Steve Kelly welcomes all
  • School Pastor Karen
    School Pastor Karen
  • Adam Eakins
    Adam Eakins
  • Joe Story
    Joe Story
  • Adding churches to the cross
    Adding churches to the cross
  • May they all be one
    May they all be one

School Pastor Karen had news of a second school taking part, Adam Eakins talked of the success of AHoF in the park, Joe Story shared some plans for a really useful charity shop – no wonder he looks happy! Steve challenged everyone  with John 17… so that the world may believe; we added the names of churches to the cross and prayed “may they all be one”.

All Nations All flags

Prayer & Praise for Northampton Feb 2015

Prayer&Praise logoPrayer and Praise for Northampton is held in different churches on the first Monday of the month. Recent photos from the New Testament Church of God and All Nations were taken by Antony Denman.

  • Praise and Worship in different churches
    Praise and Worship in different churches
  • On the first Monday of the month
    On the first Monday of the month
  • Choir at the New Testament Church of God
    Choir at the New Testament Church of God
  • Music group & extra musicians
    Music group & extra musicians
  • Choir at All Nations Church
    Choir at All Nations Church
  • Time to talk to someone you don't know
    Time to talk to someone you don't know

Prayer&Praise logoIn December 2014  Helen Boardman spoke about the Force Fire and Faith meeting to be held – with the Police Force, Fire Brigade and Faith leaders – to make Northamptonshire the safest place in England.

Prayer&Praise logoIn January 2015 Nick Amis came from the Cinnamon Trust to speak about the Faith Audit which is now being carried out, to inform the government of the many good works done by all churches in the county.

Prayer&Praise logoIn February, Robert Chirgwin spoke about the Prayer Call of 1784, in which it was said that:
The grand object in prayer is to be, that the Holy Spirit may be poured down on our ministers and churches, that sinners may be converted, the saints edified, the interest of religion revived, and the Name of God glorified.
Over 200 years ago, meetings began on the first Monday of the month. . .  sounds familiar.

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