OMS UK Annual Day of Prayer – 7th October, 2013

Please join with us in a Day of Prayer & Fasting – Monday 7th October, to pray for the work of OMS/UK in our role within OMS worldwide and its fourfold focus of evangelism, church planting, training leaders, and strategic partnerships with like-minded organisations and national churches.

It would be lovely to see you at one of the venues below, but please do join us in praying wherever you are!  Why not fast, too, from 6am – 6pm.

S.Wales – Lliswerry Baptist Church
Camperdown road Newport NP19OJF  10.30-11.30am
Further details from Chris Palmer chrispalmer2003@hotmail.com 07930 673804

Liverpool Bethel Church Green Lane L13 7EA
7.30pm
Speakers –
Bill Bygroves (Pastor Bridge Chapel)
Stephen Davidson (OMS) Mission Focus
Pat Beagan – soloist
Refreshments will be served at end of meeting

Further details from Norman Lyons <n.lyons154@btinternet.com>
Tel: 0151 2566467

Belfast
OMS N.Ireland Regional Office, 114 Holywood Road Belfast BT4 1NU  7.00-11.00pm
(The office is located above the Melville & Co Funeral home.  The entrance to the OMS Regional Office is to the right hand side of the premises)
The evening will be broken up into 4 sessions, with a different emphasis in each session.  This allows you to join us for part or all of our half night of prayer.
Further details from Donald Coulter <donaldcoulter@gmail.com>
Special Announcement
From Monday 4th November 2013 we will be commencing an OMS Belfast Prayer Group held at our Regional Office (address above) on the 1st Monday of every month commencing at 7.45pm, through to May 2014, when we will be praying for our Mission, Missionaries and their Ministries.  This year we will also be praying for Revival in our own country.

God has a wonderful plan by which you can influence through your prayer.  God has planned that ordinary Christians like you and me can become mighty in prayer for the reaping of Christ’s harvest among the nations today.” (Dr Wesley Duewel – Touch the World through Prayer)

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