October Prayer News
The October prayer gathering for SCC in Edinburgh will be held on Monday 1st October 2018 at the home of George and Fiona Hazel starting at 8 pm prompt. We will be joined in prayer by those on Arran, across the UK and abroad. George has made contact with people on Arran regarding having a regular, monthly prayer time for SCC. This may be part of an existing prayer gathering or a new event.
“Today I choose to stand in this place you have called me to,
And I declare that You are a Mighty God, the Creator of Heaven and Earth.
Your Kingdom shall endure and will never be shaken.
Open the windows of Heaven and pour out Your promised blessings in this generation.
Revive us, restore us and heal our land.
Thank you for going before us to open the way and remove all obstacles.
Increase our Faith, stir up Hope and keep us grounded and walking in Love.
Thank you that You are creating a dwelling place for God and man here; in Sannox, on Arran, for the nations.
We continue to say this prayer together so that the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ, might be glorified and His light, love, peace, forgiveness and power might sweep through the Isle of Arran, the rest of Scotland, the United Kingdom and the nations of the world.
Key Prayer Points:
- Pray for the Directors as they discuss the new operations structure and the building tenders.
- Pray that resources may be released to complete the church roof and bell-tower, church windows and the stripping out of the church and manse.
- Pray for increased regular monthly giving.
- Pray for the Encounter Weekend on the 5 to 7 October and the Roy Searle Teaching Day on the 3 November.
- Pray for our hosts as they consider dates in 2019 and for new hosts.
- Pray for George, our Executive Director, and Fiona as they adjust to half their time on Arran and half on the mainland.
- Pray for the Maintenance Working Group on 29 October to 2 November. Pray for safety and a wonderful time of fellowship with the Father and each other.
- Pray for the building up of Christ’s community on Arran.