Transform Argyll: a day to pray, fast and worship
As a lead-in to the the forthcoming Impact World Tour, IWT Oban are hosting a 'Transform Argyll' community gathering to inspire believers to come together in a life of prayer, praise, teaching and fasting. Speaker: Tommy Macneil, Stornoway.
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One day to pray, fast and worship to change our community - to prepare and encourage the church to unite in preparation for the community-wide evangelistic Impact World Tour campaign.
It will inspire us to continue to pray and commit to see our community reached with the truth of Jesus.Speaker:
Rev. Tommy Macneil
Martin's Memorial Church
Transform Argyll! seminar
Saturday 19th March, 2011
Glencruitten Church Hall, Oban
Day time Prayer
There will be a dedicated prayer room set up in the Undercroft at Glencruitten Church Centre to facilitate focussed prayer for the transformation of Oban, Lorn, Argyll and the Isles, and areas round about, such as Fort William.
Folk will be free to come and go as they are able. There will be lots of different pointers around the room of prayer needs and methods, and folk can feel free to pray in whatever ways they feel comfortable with.
Prayer Day Schedule
12:30 - 1.00pm Worship
1.00 - 2.00pm 7 points of intercession
2.00 - 2:15pm Godly play – the Lord’s prayer
2:15 - 3:15pm Corporate prayer
3:15 - 3:45pm Worship
3:45 - 4:30pm Prayer stations (silent/individual with topic prompts)
Community Gathering • 7.30 pm
Tommy MacNeil, a Church of Scotland Minister with a thriving congregation in Stornoway, has kindly agreed to be the main speaker, and it will be a fantastic opportunity for us to worship together, to hear what God has to say to us, and to be stirred up in our faith.
For further information, visit the Impact World Tour web site
Mob. 07768 895260
Tommy Macneil is a Church of Scotland minister working in Martin’s Memorial Church, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis. Having been minister at Martin’s for four years, they are seeing significant growth in every area of their work. Their desire as a church is to be a city of refuge and a community of grace in order that they might reflect something of God’s heart to the world around them.
Tommie is a passionate preacher who lives and longs to see God move by the power of His Spirit in our land. His desire is that our nation would be known around the world not just for what God DID in history; but for what God is DOING today.
Tommy is married to Donna and they have two children, Joanne and Matthew. Tommy is a member of Evangelical Alliance Scottish Council; is a trustee for the Scottish Bible Society and is a Director with the Scotland Trust.
You can listen to a recording of Tommy speaking recently to Christians Together of how God moved amongst the people of Martin's Memorial at a Communion Season at the end of February.
Transform Argyll, 07/03/2011