Prayer and Intercession Learning Community – Taster Day

Just under 3 weeks to go now before this Taster Day in Sheffield. We are SERIOUSLY looking forward to this one – the opportunity for a brand new learning community specifically for Prayer and Intercession ministry across the church!

Nike Adebajo – part of the 3dm UK team here in Sheffield – will be leading the day and the subsequent Learning Community that will follow. Nike heads up prayer and intercession at St Thomas’ Church Philadelphia and the King’s Centre, Sheffield and is involved in leading a growing city-wide prayer gathering in the Sheffield.

This Learning Community will be looking to address the questions that many churches are asking:

How do you help individuals to grow in their prayer lives?

How do you identify, encourage and release intercessors?

How do you grow a culture of prayer within the local church or ministry?

How do you do this in a way that reaches beyond the boundaries of the local church or ministry?

This is a great way for any church to engage with the ministry of prayer and intercession and learn how to develop a culture of prayer in a supportive environment. Here’s a few details if you would like to find out more:

Aim of Taster Day:

You will get a snap shot of how learning communities function and hear how they can have a positive impact on the prayer life of your church, helping you to decide whether you would like your team to commit to the process.

Who is it for?

This taster day is designed for church members, ministry leaders, elders and church leaders who want to see their church grow in prayer and intercession and see how the principles and practices of a Learning Community process can help facilitate that.

When?

Saturday 16th March 2013 from 10:00am to 4:00pm (registration and coffee from 9:30am).

Cost?

£10 per person, including lunch and refreshments. (Group discounts available.)

Click HERE to book on straight away or HERE to get in touch with any further questions
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