Dig – monthly prayer meeting

Dig-monthlyprayerAs we have met together over the past year, the Lord has given us many pictures and words of encouragement.  Many of these have been about digging: deep wells, drilling for oil, ploughing the frozen ground, living water rushing forth. As we have reflected on these words and brought them before the Lord, we have felt His call to pray, to dig.

We will meet on the third Monday of the each month at 8-9pm in the home of Steve & Lisa:
Field House Cottage, Darley, HG3 2QF

“It’s a 2-storey stone building with a red post box built into the side of the building, and we are on the end furthest from the road”

Upcoming dates:

21st May
18th June
16th July

We will always pray for…
  • God’s Kingdom to come in Harrogate and District.

We pray for the rule and reign of Jesus to be established within our communities.

  • Friends and Families

We pray for the rule and reign of Jesus to be established in ourselves, our friends and our families. We pray for those who are far from God and do not know His love. We intercede for them.

  • Harrogate Vineyard Church

Growing things change and changing things grow! We thank God for bringing health and growth to His Church. We are thankful and pray that He brings more! We pray for our meetings at St Aidan’s and other events; that God would continue to bless and grow them. We pray for our finances, that we would be able to walk out the vision that God has placed in our hearts. We pray for new people to find a relationship with Jesus and make this church their home.

  • Hearing from Heaven

As we pray for all the Lord has placed on our hearts, we take time to listen. We come before him expectantly.  We ask for prophetic words, words of encouragement, pictures and scripture.

The response…

We’d be delighted to hear any prophetic words or pictures God gives you as you pray, so we can feed them back to the rest of the Church.

If you do have anything you’d like to share, please send it via the ‘Contact Us’ page (just click on the link above), or hand us a note at housegroup, or Sunday at St Aidans.

Happy praying!