October Prayer Points
- Airdrie – Pray for the upcoming Kids Club Fun Day on Saturday the 16th. Pray that the children would enjoy being able to meet up in person and that all the plans and preparations would go smoothly.
- Glasgow – Pray for the young men’s fellowship group that Ian Gillies is leading.
- North Edinburgh – Continue to pray for a more permanent meeting place.
- Stornoway – Pray for the growth of the congregation.
- Stranraer – Give thanks that Charis Wilson from Drimbolg RPC is spending a year in Stranraer finishing up course work. Give thanks for the encouragement she is to the congregation.
- Airdrie – Give thanks for the resumption of the Sabbath morning prayer meeting and the encouragement this is to the congregation.
- Glasgow – Give thanks for the work that was recently done in the vestibule area.
- North Edinburgh – Ask God to show us the way forward for evangelism. We have very few resources and people and no building! Pray that we would know how to offer to God what we have and ask Him to multiply it as he did with the boy’s offering of fish and loaves as Peter was preaching on recently (John 6).
- Stornoway – Give thanks for their Sabbath school class that has commenced.
- Stranraer – Give thanks that Stephen was able to attend the minister’s conference in Northern Ireland.
26th September – 2nd October
- Airdrie – Give thanks for the resumption of the MET groups and the encouragement this is to the congregation.
- Glasgow – Pray for the growth of the congregation.
- North Edinburgh – Our financial needs have increased, due to our smaller numbers. Please pray to the God of limitless resources to continue to provide all that we need.
- Stornoway – Give thanks that God has clearly led Rev. Stephen McCollum, who this past week declined the call to Bready RPCI. Pray for his continued ministry in Stornoway, and pray that the Bready congregation would soon have a minister of their own.
- Stranraer – Give thanks for those who came out to their special services last week. Pray that the Lord would work in people’s hearts.