St. Martin's Church Desford

  • Deanery Prayer Safari – Saturday 27th May 2017

    “Thy Kingdom Come”

    A range of prayer activities are happening in our churches in response to the call of the Archbishops for as many churches as possible to join in extra prayer in the window from Ascension to Pentecost, May 25th – June 4th 2017. 

    As a Deanery, we are calling for as many as possible to pray in some or all of the eleven churches listed below in a Deanery Prayer Safari on Saturday 27th May.

    In the spirit of Bishop Martyn’s call for more prayer and parties, everyone is then invited back to Kirby Muxloe Rectory, 6, Station Road, Kirby Muxloe LE9 2EJ, for a BARBEQUE from 3.30 pm …

    Suggestions and resources for prayer will be provided – just come along to as much as you are able: even if it’s only a church or two. Let’s join in one another’s locations and pray for the growth of a living faith in our loving Lord!

    Place

    Church

    Postcode

    arrival

    onward 
    distance

    depart

               

    Braunstone Town

    St Crispin

    LE3 2JW

    09:30

    2.3

    09:45

    LFE

    St Andrew

    LE3 3PF

    10:00

    1.7

    10:15

    Kirby Muxloe

    St Bartholomew

    LE9 2AL

    10:30

    3.3

    10:45

    Desford

    St Martin

    LE9 9JP

    11:00

    7.6

    11:15

    Copt Oak

    St Peter

    LE67 9QB

    11:30

    3.8

    11:45

    Newtown Linford

    All Saints

    LE67 0HD

    12:00

    2.8

    12:15

    Thurcaston

    All Saints

    LE7 7JA

    12:30

    2.2

    12:45

    Anstey

    St Mary 

    LE7 7AF

    13:30

    2.6

    13:45

    Groby

    St Philip and St James

    LE6 0FL

    14:00

    1.7

    14:15

    Ratby

    St Philip and St James

    LE6 0FJ

    14:30

    3.1

    14:45

    Glenfield

    St Peter

    LE3 8DP

    15:00

    2.7

    15:15

               

    Notes,

    We hope to keep to start times, the departure times are approximate. The longest journey is from Desford to Copt Oak and if unsure, the best route is back down towards Kirby then left at Newtown Unthank and up to to Markfield.

    There is a slightly longer time gap between Thurcaston and Anstey to allow people to eat any sandwiches they have brought with them – but please bring your own food!

    Lots more information about this Prayer Invitation is found at thykingdomcome.global

     

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