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We can bring light into the life of someone we love by praying as individuals, families, small groups or as a church or churches together. As part of 'Thy Kingdom Come' this circuit has pledged to pray for 24 hours on Thursday 25 May. How we pray and for how long is up to us.

All are welcome to the following chapels that are open for prayer:
Gunnerside all day.
Harmby 11-12 noon
Scorton 12 noon — 1pm
Brompton-on-Swale 2-3pm and
Hunton 7-10pm.
Some churches in Swaledale are opening their doors throughout the day to allow time for quiet prayer. We're waiting on some details with those.
The evening service at Jervaulx Abbey will feature prayers as well.

What are we praying for?
We are praying that our friends, family and neighbours come to know Christ and experience his love for them in their lives.

For more ideas click here.

Let us know what you are doing so we can encourage one another in this prayer.

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