Pray24Brum Seeking that of God in Everyone

8am – 8pm Friday 24th and Saturday 25th January

As we mark the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity you are invited to join us at Pray24Brum to pray with others in unity for our city and our world.

Drop in and experience a variety of Prayer styles over the 24 hours

Download a Pray24brum flyer  with a copy of the programme

Quaker Meeting House, 40 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF

The Quaker Meeting House is in Upper Bull Street close to the Tram Stop and not far from Snow Hill Station.
There are bus stops in Lower Bull Street, Colmore Row, Corporation Street and Priory Queensway.

All are welcome to call into the Quaker Meeting House to join in, whatever your prayer tradition.

Please feel free to come and go as time permits, whether for a few minutes or a longer time.

The Timetable with names of groups/churches leading prayer:

Friday 24 January

8am Prayer Breakfast marking the start of the two days of prayer for our city and the world.
Begin with prayers followed by light breakfast and opportunity for fellowship
If you know in advance you are attending please email claire.s.bowman@gmail.com to let her know
Otherwise please turn up on the morning

9am St Chad’s Cathedral
10am St Chad’s Primary Schools
11am St Philip’s Cathedral
12am Chaplaincy Plus
1pm World Prayer Centre
2pm Aston University Chaplaincy
3pm Rowheath Pavilion Church
4pm TBC
5pm Faith Justice
6pm St Marting in the Bullring
7pm Taize Birmingham

Saturday 21 January

8am Central English Quakers / Bull Street Meeting
9am Active Christians / Home School Enterprise
10am Churches Together in Harborne
11am Restore
12am Student Cross
1pm The Church at Carrs Lane
2pm Movement in Worship
3pm Cotteridge Church
4pm Churches Together in Northfield
5pm TBC
6pm Unity Prayer East Birmingham
7pm Burn Birmingham

For any questions and information, please email Stephanie Neville: stephanie@carrslanelivedcommunity.org.uk

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