Double-decker on revival prayer journey across Norfolk
A double-decker bus is to be driven right across Norfolk on Saturday, stopping off in major towns so that Christians can get on and pray for revival.
The Radical Hope double-decker bus is to be driven from Lowestoft to King’s Lynn on December 1, stopping in Great Yarmouth, Norwich, Swaffham and Fakenham for people to pray for an hour for an outbreak of God in the community.
Matt Richards, the Senior Pastor of Radical Church in Norwich, said: “Several churches are coming together and believing for a fresh move of God, a revival from Lowestoft to King’s Lynn. That God would move again in power and the river of revival would flow. We are starting in Lowestoft where the last revival in the UK took place just under 100 years ago in 1921.
“We believe that God made a promise to senior pastor Paul Randerson (of King’s Centre, King’s Lynn, Oasis Centre, Swaffham, Faith Church Fakenham and Radical, Norwich). Thirty four years ago Paul heard from God that the river will run to the eastern region along the A47 (based on Ezekiel 47).
“We are welcoming people from those areas to come and pray on the bus for our/their region. Just turn up and pray.
08:00-09:00 Lowestoft outside Hope House (29-30 Kirkley Cliff Rd, Lowestoft NR33 0DB)
10:00-11:00 Great Yarmouth (Seafront, text for address on day)
12:00-13:00 Norwich (Chapelfield Gardens)
14:30-15:30 Swaffham (PE37 7AB Town Centre opposite bus station)
16:00-17:00 Fakenham NR217JX outside Jewsons.
18:00-19:00 Kingslynn,Centre Point, PE30 4SR (Fairstead estate)
If you would like more details feel free to phone Matt 07833 498562.
Pictured above is the Radical Hope bus outside City Hall in Norwich.
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