Prayer-walking Birmingham’s postcodes

After a break over the school summer holidays, Andy Mackie has re-started his series of prayer walks through Birmingham’s postcode areas. This week sees Andy covering the B20, B21, B24 and B25 areas.

At 9.00am each weekday, Andy is praying outside a designated church building in a postcode area. Between 9.15am and 10.00 he prayer-walks the local area. On each occasion, Andy is joined by local leaders and supporters. A full list of postcodes and locations can be found at THIS LINK. In light of the new restrictions on public gatherings, please do not arrive unannounced at the named venues, to enable the group of intercessors to remain small.

In conjunction with the series of walks, Andy has written a poem, entitled, ‘Prayer Walking Birmingham’s A to Z.’

From Aston & Alum Rock 
to Balsall Heath & Bordesley;

from Castle Vale & Cotteridge
to Druids Heath – prayerfully.

From Erdington & Edgbaston
to Fox Hollies & Five Ways;

From Gravelly Hill & Greet
to Hay Mills & Harborne – over 40 days.

From Inspired wall graffiti
through the Jewellery Quarter,

 

from Kings Heath & Kitts Green
blessing parents, sons and daughters.

From Ladywood & Lozells
through Moseley & Nechells

Old Oscott to Perry Beeches
and Quinton to Rednal.

From Sparkbrook & Sheldon
to Tyseley & Turves Green,

Universities to Vauxhall,
Ward End and the Club X scene.

The final couple of letters for Brum’s alphabet
let’s go from Yardley to Zaff’s take away

(I’ll be hungry after such a trek)

 

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