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Today is our final full day of PUPS … setting up today at the De La Hay/Wingfield Way crossroads. Meet 9am at St Barnabas, and again at 3pm. Although numbers have not been large, every day we have had significant conversations with someone who felt the need to share a problem and receive prayer.
Join us to see how God is at work in our local community 🙂
PUPS is in Victoria Park today from 10am … meet at 9am at St Barnabas to pray and prepare and again at 3pm to debrief and pray.
Thank you to everyone who has come along or contributed in any way – but there is always room for more. If you’re not sure what goes on at PUPS, or even if you don’t think it’s something you could do, there’s only one way to find out!
And don’t forget our Prayer Party tonight at St Michael’s, with supper from 6pm … jacket potatoes provided, bring toppings and desserts.
Tuesday is our rest day in a hectic week – so PUPS is taking a break. But there’s still plenty to do – that is, to pray!
- For the contacts we have already made – that these may only be the beginning of people’s experience of God at work in their lives.
- For the weather – which has such an impact on PUPS, and the numbers of people around.
- That the prayer boxes might stimulate interest and opportunities.
- For those giving up their time to be part of TKC – for God’s enabling, and for new discoveries of what God can do as we share the good news of Jesus and the privilege of prayer.
Watch this space for daily updates and details of TKC activities for the rest of the week, and don’t forget to post your photos to the TKC FB page 🙂
It’s Bank Holiday Monday, and the whole world will be outdoors (pray for the weather!) in our local parks. So today PUPS is setting up in Central Park somewhere between the playground and the baseball pitch on Central Avenue.
We’ve already had some interesting conversations, so let’s see what God can do when we simply offer to pray for anyone who has need of it.
Meet at 9am at St Barnabas for prayer, and again at 3pm to debrief. We aim to be set up by 10am, and Tim will again be prayer walking the area.
On Sunday PUPS will be at the family day in Devonport Park. We’ll set up immediately after the morning service, and it will be the first time we use the tent and all the trimmings 🙂 So after coffee at church, come along to the park, bring or buy your lunch, and spend some time praying for our local community as you explore the stalls … invite people to visit PUPS as you bump into them.
And if you haven’t yet collected your Prayer Box, now is the time to do it … keep an eye on it through the week in case the prayer slips need topping up, and collect it again in time for next Sunday’s service.