The National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast in Westminster Hall has become a fixture in Parliament’s timetable, but until now numbers have always been limited. However, because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year the event will be held online – and for the first time ever, everyone can attend.
The Breakfast will be livestreamed on Tuesday, 30 June, from 8.30–9 am.
Visit Christians in Parliament for more information about the National Prayer Breakfast, or EventBrite to register for the Breakfast and sign up for Bible Society’s webinar (to attend the webinar, choose ‘Church leader’ when asked for your role).
Are there any jobs that the coronavirus pandemic has not affected in some way or another? I struggle to name even one.
The impact of the crisis on our working lives has been enormous. 856,500 people signed up for unemployment-related benefits in April according to the UK’s Office for National Statistics, and 9 million are currently on the government’s furlough scheme.
If you’re taking a walk, consider prayer walking!
Prayer walking is a type of intercessory prayer that involves walking to or near a particular place while praying. As you prayer walk, your prayers extend beyond your own concerns, focusing directly on the needs of others and opening yourself to see them with God’s eyes and heart.
This article was published by the C.S.Lewis Institute - Discipleship of Heart & Mind