Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Prayers Needed for the Mission Trip to the Diocese of Durgapur, West Bengal, India

Reaching masses through the love of Jesus Christ

November 6 – 18, 2017

PURPOSE:

To bring the love of Jesus Christ through teaching, preaching and healing prayer to the people of the Diocese of Durgapur

  • Two-day Festival of Hope for Children (500+), many from the local slums
  • Music, crafts, Bible stories, fellowship and prayer – a mini VBS!
  • Visit St Michael’s Safe House for 30 Rescued Girls
  • Support the Diocese of Durgapur Anti-Human Trafficking Team!
  • Festivals of Hope in towns and rural villages for adults and children
  • Team to lead morning teachings and share testimonies to leaders and congregations
  • Festivals of Hope (Evangelistic Crusades) preaching and testimonies in the evenings; healing prayers for hundreds or thousands who attend

SCHEDULE:

Wednesday – Arrive Durgapur, meet with Bp. Dutta. then catch 3-hour train to Malda

Thursday – Conduct Festival of Hope at Koonor; overnight in Malda

Friday – Festival of Hope at St Michael’s Safe House; overnight in Malda

Saturday – Return to Durgapur and conduct Evening Children’s Festival of Hope

Sunday – Continue Children’s Festival of Hope

Monday – Travel to Asansole; conduct Festival of Hope, return to Durgapur

Tuesday – Travel to Sarenga (Nursing School); morning teachings; evening Festival of Hope for 3500+ people; overnight in Sarenga

Wednesday – Morning teachings; evening Festival of Hope for 3500+ people

Thursday – Return to Durgapur; visit local slums; Dinner in the Garden

Friday – Depart to travel home; arrive Charleston Saturday morning

PRAYER: Lord Jesus, please anoint each one to proclaim Good News of HOPE to the poor in spirit. The blind will see. The lame will walk. The brokenhearted will be healed. The oppressed will be set free in Jesus’ Name.

TEAM: Jean and Johnnie Corbett, Tom Acker, David Booman, Burwell Boykin, Lisa Holland and Dennis O’Reilly, Truman Kemp, Linda Wall

 

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