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February 2014 News

City-wide Prayer & Worship kicking off for another year

  • Written by  Evan Shelton
One of the highlights of last year’s Prayer & Worship Nights was the visit by Heidi Baker Photo: Elissa Dowling

Monday night February 17 at 7:30pm will see City-Wide Prayer and Worship kick off for 2014.

Over the past 18 months these monthly events have gained momentum as Christians from a variety of churches gather for prayer and worship.

Rangeville Community Church has been the host venue and Senior Minister at Rangeville, Andrew Hoey, has been giving leadership to the nights.

“City-Wide Worship and Prayer are wonderful nights to bring together believers from all across the city to worship together, to pray together, to pray for this city, that the work of God and the will of God would be done across this city,” said Ps. Andrew.

“It’s a time of brothers and sisters in the Lord coming together as one, in one accord to share together in worshipping God.”

A feature of City-Wide Worship and Prayer is the worship team that is made up of musicians and singers from a variety of congregations.

Jodie O’Shannesy, from St Bart’s Anglican Church has been regularly involved in the worship team.

“It’s an awesome opportunity to be part of what’s happening in this city and then to impart that back to my local church,” she said. “To be part of that wider church community is incredibly valuable.”

Rangeville will continue to play host in 2014 to these nights, which take place on the third Monday night of each month at 7:30pm.

All are welcome!

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