Mike Down, Schools Project Manager for Church of England – Birmingham, and Louisa Harrop, Head of Learning at Birmingham Cathedral, have teamed up to offer a creative space to pray in Birmingham Cathedral during the global call to prayer, Thy Kingdom Come.
For 10 days, 10th – 20th May 2018, creative prayer stations and activities will be available for individual and group use in St Phillip’s Cathedral, Birmingham. As well as a dedicated, Thy Kingdom Come prayer station, you are invited to explore reflective prayer space designed around the theme of ‘love’. This is an invitation to come and pray, to spend some time in quiet reflection in a beautiful space amidst the bustle of Birmingham city centre, joining a global wave of prayer.
There is no need to book ahead as the Prayer Space will be available during the Birmingham Cathedral’s usual opening pattern, although it won’t be available for use on Thursday 17th May due to a pre-booked event.
If you are interested in the work of Prayer Spaces in School, Mike Down, also regional networker for PSiS, will be available for an informal chat on Monday 14th (1.30-3.30pm) and Tuesday 15th (9.30-11.30am) and Saturday 19th (9.30-11.30am). Please email MikeD@cofebirmingham.com if you would like to make a note of interest.
We would love to see you!