Circuit Prayer Weekend held at Culcheth — Friday 6th to Sunday 8th July.
As you know, Explore, the circuit youth group meets at Culcheth and we thought it would be good if they could take a lead on this for the rest of the circuit and wonderfully they have agreed to do so.
Friday evening some setting up with Explore over Fish and Chip Supper, and on Saturday morning a prayer walk in the village, followed by breakfast.
Through Saturday and into Sunday —
There will be a children's play area / prayer corner with Play-Dough etc, and a walking labyrinth in the Sanctuary.
Churches have been invited to bring and lead or set up a variety of Prayer stations, or opportunities to pray or explore prayer.
The weekend will culminate in a service of celebration and prayer at 6.30pm
The doors will be open all day during Saturday and Sunday so please do join us.
More details can be found out by contacting your local church steward.
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