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Call to join prayer night for South Norfolk

CarletonRodePrayer540South Norfolk churches are being called to support a half-night of prayer for the region, at Carleton Rode Baptist Church, on Friday January 17.

Organiser Pastor Mark Taylor from Carleton Rode said: “We had a wonderful night of prayer in mid summer and at the start of this new year we would like to issue an invitation and call to you to come and join together.
“We will focus our prayers on South Norfolk again - using the map resource we made for the summer prayer night. We will also focus on praying for salvation - asking God for an inheritance of saved souls.
“We will also be praying for those who make commitments to come through for baptism and we will be praying for a growing community of praise and worship.
CarletonRodePrayer440“We will be asking God to pour out His grace and blessing upon the people of our communities and will have time to wait upon revelation and prophetic words from God concerning our witness and outreach.”
The night will run from 7pm – midnight, there will be refreshments on offer and everybody is welcome to attend.
More details: Carleton Rode Baptist Church - Chapel Road. Carleton Rode. NR16 1RN or ring 01953 788598.
Pictured top, the prayer battle team at Carleton Rode Baptist Church last summer.
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