What is a Prayer Walk?
Then they cried out to the Lord in their trouble,
and he brought them out of their distress.
He stilled the storm to a whisper;
the waves of the sea were hushed.
They were glad when it grew calm,
and he guided them to their desired haven.
- Prayer walking is simply praying in areas where we seek God’s provision, peace, guidance, or the presence of His Spirit.
- Prayer walkers learn to pray beyond their own concerns, focusing prayer on behalf of their neighbours.
- Prayer walking is usually a low-profile affair: Friends or family stroll two-by-two through their own neighbourhoods, schools and workplaces, praying as they go. There are some occasions when the prayer should be demonstrative, but usually, it’s being on the scene without making one. Though they usually walk unnoticed, prayer walkers quickly become aware of the realities and needs of their neighbours. Prayer is a powerful act of surrender and dependence in which we petition for Him to come and breathe life into our city.
Every Wednesday at 7:50am and Sunday at 8:50am in the lovely spring month of September Barneys will be praying for one of three key areas which are The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, The Star Casino, and the The Bay St Housing Block.
|Date:||Meeting Location:||Praying For:|
|Sunday 2nd, 8.50am
Wednesday 5th, 7.50am
Sunday 9th, 8.50am
|Corner of Grose St and Missenden Rd (near the 7-eleven) in Camperdown||The RPA|
|Wednesday 12th, 7.50am
Sunday 16th, 8.50am
Wednesday 19th, 7.50am
|Corner of Pyrmont St and Union St (out the front on Cafe XX11)||The Star Casino|
|Sunday 23rd, 8.50am
Wednesday 26th, 7.50am
Sunday 30th, 8.50am
|Corner of Queen St and Cowper St in Glebe (near Friend in Hand Hotel)||The Bay St Block|