First Men’s Prayer breakfast a wonderful time
A group of men from all over the Diocese gathered at Moore College early on Saturday morning for the first Men’s Prayer Breakfast as a corollary to the women’s Prayer Support Group.
The men present were lay people and ministers from across the diocese, graduates, former and current Moore College lecturers, staff and the Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Glenn Davies, who led a brief devotional on the power and centrality of prayer in our lives as Christians.
Drawing from the Genesis account of the relationship between prayer and the temple, he reminded those gathered that prayer plays a large role in God’s body. As followers of Jesus, we pray with and from bodies that are temples of the Holy Spirit; God’s gift to those who believe and place their trust in Christ.
This followed a great cooked breakfast of bacon and egg rolls with the Moore College staff and lecturers doing the barbecuing.
The prayer component was a time of encouraging fellowship with passionate, heartfelt prayers offered to our Heavenly Father for the College and its people and the Gospel and its proclamation.
Those gathered were encouraged and blessed. They commended and thanked the organisers and said they were keen to attend the next prayer breakfast on September 22.
Save the Date for the next prayer breakfast now
WHEN: Saturday 22 September 2018, 8.30am to 10.00am
WHERE: Moore College, 15 King Street Newtown (Knox Centre)
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RSVP by September 14: email@example.com, (02) 9577 9999.
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An opportunity to bring together men to share in breakfast and pray, and to be informed on how they might continue to pray.
Philippians 4:6 “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.”
This group runs in parallel with Moore College’s women’s Prayer Support Group, which is a group of faithful women that meets regularly and has done so faithfully for over 50 years.All News