until the whole world hears


1st May 2019

Revival Prayer

As a church leadership we want to invite everyone at King’s to have a focus during most of the month of May on Revival Prayer. We want to call out to God together for personal revival, church revival, national revival and global revival. J I Packer says revival is: ‘God’s quickening visitation of his people, touching their hearts and deepening the work of grace in their lives’, Edwin Orr wrote it is ‘times of refreshing from the presence of the Lord’. Duncan Campbell: ‘Revival is the going of God among his people, and an awareness of God laying hold of the community’ resulting in ‘a community saturated with God.’

God alone is the initiator of revivals, and he stirs a revival cry from his people for him to: ‘Revive us again’;(Psalm 85); ‘Renew your deeds in our day’(Habakkuk) and ‘Rend the heavens and come down’ (Isaiah). We desperately need God’s Revival Power that flows from his Holy Presence. God has given us a Revival Promise (2 Chronicles 7:13- 14) to seek him in humble and expectant prayer, until he comes to touch and transform the church, community and country and ‘heal the land’. Over four weeks in May we invite everyone at King’s to seek God for:

Week 1: Personal Revival 6 - 12 May
Week 2: Church Revival 13 - 19 May
Week 3: National Revival 20 - 26 May
Week 4: Global Revival 27- 31 May

During the ‘Revival Prayer’ days weekly notes will be provided to help focus our prayers as we pray on our own. We really would love for everyone at King’s to be involved.

During this time we will have four evening opportunities to meet together:

Saturday 11 May, Revival Praise & Prayer, 6.30pm, Kingsbury Venue.

Wednesday 15 May, Encounter Evening, 7.30pm, Brigade House  

Wednesday 22 May, Revival Intercession Meeting, 7.30pm, Brigade House.

Friday 31 May, Revival Praise Evening, 7.30pm at Brigade House.

During the day there will be weekly Revival Prayer times from 10.30am to 11.30am at Brigade House on: Wednesday 8 May, 15 May, 22 May, 29 May for anyone who is free at the time. Also we are offering ‘Prophetic Appointments’ where individuals can sign up for a 15 minute slot to receive prayer and prophetic encouragement from a team of two or three people at Brigade House.

Cliff Nelson

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7th May 2017

Let Your Kingdom Come: Twenty One Days of Prayer

In Matthew chapter 6 Jesus tells his followers to pray 'Our Father in heaven.... ....Let Your Kingdom Come'.

At King's we have 'Let Your Kingdom Come: Twenty One Days of Prayer', starting on Monday 15 May running through to Sunday 4 June. During this time we are encouraging everyone at King's to express our faith and love for Jesus by praying for his kingdom to advance in this city and nation. Daily devotional notes will be provided for everyone who'd like to take part. During this time we will continue our Monday evening gatherings at the Kingsbury Venue, on Tuesdays we have Expression 3:16 evenings for anyone who would like to talk and pray with people in central Harrow town centre. We have a Prayer Walk in Carpenders Park on Wednesday 17 May and a Prayer Walk in West Harrow on Wednesday 24 May, both at 7.30pm. We are also offering Kingdom Prayer Appointments, where you can book a 20 minute slot at Brigade House to be prayed for by a ministry team. A note giving available slots will be sent out by email to the church.

Cliff Nelson

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30th December 2015

Fifty Days of Prayer

On Sunday 10 January 2016 we begin our 'Fifty Days of Prayer', where we encourage each person at King's to sign up for at least one day of prayer and fasting, so that each day is covered up to Sunday 28 February.  

As a church we want to seek to walk closely with God and respond to his initiatives as we begin this year, to be led by mercy and moved with compassion. During this time weekly notes will be provided to help focus our intercession: as we begin Monday evenings of prayer and worship for the Kingsbury Outreach; as we ask the church to pray for individuals and families in particular need of breakthrough, in healing, or in work or housing; and as we long to see many people come to know and experience the love and mercy of Christ Jesus this year.

During the fifty days we will offer 'Prophetic appointments', where individuals can sign up for a slot to receive personal prayer; and we will also run the seven session 'Christianity Explored' for anyone who is interested in discovering more about Jesus.

Cliff Nelson

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4th May 2014

The Prayer That Jesus Gave Us

Today we begin a Sunday Morning Bible teaching series on the Lord's Prayer (from Matthew chapter 6 verses 9-15) called 'The Prayer That Jesus Gave Us'.

When Jesus' disciples asked him to teach them to pray, he gave them this model prayer.  Over the next few weeks we will look at each line of the prayer in order to learn how to prayer more effectively in line with the God the Father's priorities, for the honour of His name and advance of His kingdom.

Cliff Nelson

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