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The Place of Forgiveness and Health is an interactive online prayer toolkit, coming soon to the Peacemakers website.  “Watch out for it!!” says the Rev,  ” It promises to be amazing and 100% effective for life and happiness.”


 

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New Year’s Day Prayers for City of Bristol 2016

Peace Makers Prayer Patrols are on the move again, they aim to start off 2016 by hitting the streets of Bristol with Prayer and well wishes for the city, for one hour, on New Years day, 1st January 2016 at 1 pm .

It is to be the first of many such Events of Conference, Talks and Workshops being planned for 2016 to take place here in Bristol as well as in the USA.  Peacemakers Prayer Patrols describes themselves as ‘a beneficial  presence for peace and safety on the streets, and a viable global spiritual source of  healing, support, and blessing  through their *New online service.  Here, visitors to their website are invited to post their prayer requests.  They will also be given opportunity to peruse the Prayer Wall for inspirational texts, videos and to see other products on offer.

The Event will starts at 1 pm outside the Council House on College Green, with prayers and well wishes for the city and for the peoples of Bristol from every sphere of life.  They will then proceed to patrol across Park Street, along past the Hippodrome, crossing at the traffic lights onto the  Promenade.  On the Promenade they will then form a circle by holding hands for the Benediction Blessing.

 

Anyone interested in the prosperity, well-being and safety  of the City is invited to ‘just turn up’ (on time) on the day.  Flasks of tea and coffee will be provided afterwards but if those coming could bring a flask with sufficient to share with someone else, then cups will be provided.

” …. the good intention for peace and goodwill for person place or thing”  The art of Prayer-  by Reverend Dawnecia Palmer

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