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12-Hour Prayer Meeting in Europe’s Largest Military Garrison

Catterick Garrison 12-hour prayer meeting

We’d love Christians to join us at our 12-hour prayer meeting in Catterick Garrison.

We will pray for God’s blessing upon the work of SASRA among the Army and RAF, particularly regarding the increase in financial support needed for our new Scripture Readers.

SASRA Prayer Coordinator Laura Reuter will chair the meeting and will offer updates on the work from across the UK and Kenya, which will fuel the prayers of those in attendance. Scripture Reader Dave Hossack and Regional Manager Andrew McMahon will be helping to lead and coordinate.

In the middle of Europe’s largest military garrison, we want to pray for service personnel and for SASRA Scripture Readers who enjoy the privilege of sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with them ‘behind the wire.’

Attendees are encouraged to stay for as long as they like at the event, which will run between 09:00—21:00. Grace Church Catterick has kindly agreed to facilitate the meeting.

Any enquiries about the event should be directed to admin@sasra.org.uk

Saint Aidan’s Garrison Church

3 Ypres Road, Catterick Garrison, DL9 3HP

Saturday 25 May 2024

09:00–21:00, stay as long as you like

Parking

Free parking is available outside the church buildings

Refreshments

Tea, coffee and refreshments will be available throughout the day

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