A Day of Prayer for a peaceful ‘Twelfth’ and for healing in our land will be held in St George’s Parish Church, Belfast, on Wednesday July 11.
The day will start with a Service of Holy Communion at 10.30am and will run until 2pm. People are welcome to come and go as they wish during this time and refreshments will be available.
This Day of Prayer around the period of the ‘Twelfth’ has been organised by Divine Healing Ministries (DHM) for a number of years. It also marks the completion of more than a year of weekday prayers for the city and the land which have been held in the Chapel of the Holy Cross at St George’s.
Divine Healing Ministries believes that God has responded positively to the prayers offered up in previous years, with a marked reduction in violence particularly at flashpoint areas. The Day of Prayer is for people of all Christian traditions. Short reflections will be held every 30 minutes with silent prayer to follow. Personal prayer will be available for anyone who wishes to receive it.
Fergus McMorrow, Director of Divine Healing Ministries, said: “We are very pleased that St George’s is once again hosting this Day of Prayer with DHM. It will be a special privilege to begin the time of prayer with Holy Communion at 10.30. We come confidently to God to ask His blessing on our land and this city of Belfast for a peaceful 12th July again this year.”