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ARISE BRISTOL & beyond…

 

 

 

So Arise Bristol has happened,
with estimates of between 5500 and 6000 people present at the event!

 

Here is a video clip of the day made by Pete Wooding (Global day of Prayer Press Officer):

 

 

 

To provide feedback about the event: Click Here

 

Below are further details from the build up to the gathering:


 

 

When: Pentecost Sunday 27th May 2012: Doors open from 1pm, 2:00-6:00pm

Where: Bristol City Ground - Ashton Gate Stadium, BS3 2EJ

Parking info: Click Here - Limited parking on site – please register coaches in advance by emailing
Organised Coaches: Click Here

Price: Free (Donations - a free will offering on the day to cover costs and help support regional ministries reaching out to the poor.)

Flyer (Word Document): Click Here

Flyer (Powerpoint Document): Click Here
Arise Finances: Click Here

 

Will you respond to His call to join us this Pentecost Sunday to ARISE…United for His Kingdom?

 
To hear the vision on audio - www.bristolregionleaders.net

 

*** NEW Video on Youtube: Click Here ***

Read more about the vision: Click Here


Prophetic words over Bristol: Click Here


Arise Bristol Prayer Card‏: Click Here

Arise Bristol Quotes: Click Here

A Prayer Guide in Preparation for Pentecost‏: Click Here
 

 

PENTECOST SUNDAY 27 MAY 2012: 14:00-18:00
BRISTOL CITY GROUND - ASHTON GATE STADIUM
BS3 2EJ

Doors open from 1:00pm

No entrance fee – there will be a free will offering on the day to cover costs and help support regional ministries reaching out to the poor.

Come prepared for all weather – sunglasses/hats/cream !!

Feel free to bring a picnic lunch – there will be kiosks selling tea/coffee and light refreshments within the stadium.

Limited parking on site – please register coaches in advance by emailing


A GATHERING FOR THE WHOLE BODY OF CHRIST

TO:

REPENT BEFORE GOD,

IN A SPIRIT OF TRUE RECONCILIATION BETWEEN EACH OTHER,

RECOMMIT OUR LIVES TO OUR REDEEMER &

RECEIVE HIS CALL

TO REFORM OUR SOCIETY

 

Join us on this strategic day as we gather as One Body, with One Vision for the Future of our City, Region and Nation

Arise Bristol Update: many regional church leaders are coming!


So far, the following Church Leaders with regional responsibility for their denomination or network are intending to join us: Bishop Renford Brown (Bristol Black Churches Council, BBCC), Nigel Coles (Baptists),
Jon Doble (Churches Together in Greater Bristol), Simon Foster (Elim),
Keith Hagon (Bristol and District Evangelical Alliance), David Hart (Methodists), Bishop Mike Hill (Anglicans),
Bishop Declan Lang (Catholics), Rob Scott-Cook (Woodlands and Celebration churches),
Bishop Ray Veira (BBCC) and Phil Watkins (Assemblies of God).
A cross-church gathering of this breadth has probably never happened before in Bristol's history!

Representatives of the Salvation Army and United Reformed Church will be joining us, along with numerous local church leaders, leaders of ethnic minority churches and the Gypsy church. There will also be leaders from the different spheres of society.

Worship leaders include so far: Colse Leung (Woodlands) and the Unite Band.
Emma Smallwood from the Bristol Community Gospel Choir is gathering a 'United City-wide Bristol Choir' for the day.
Anyone is free to join, please email her on the.smallwoods@blueyonder.co.uk
Guests from outside Bristol include Jonathan Oloyede (Global Day of Prayer), Ian and Pauline Cole (World Prayer Centre)
and Brian Mills (Ashburnham Prayer Centre) and worship leader Noel Robinson (Kingdom Worship Movement).

 

Prayer pointers:


Preparing hearts of people across our city, asking tor revelation from the Lord to lead us into repentance, humility and holiness. See attached Weslyan Covenant Prayer Card and a Prayer of Blessing for the Bristol Region (agreed as an interim prayer by a gathering of church leaders)

Do listen to the free series of 5 talks by Simon Ponsonby at Christchurch Clifton 20-22 April 2012 on Holiness as the key to Revival...this is anointed, powerful, and perfectly timed. http://www.christchurchclifton.org.uk/content/recentsermons

For revelation and protection for the Church Leaders and Leaders from the various spheres of influence in the City - that God will anoint them with His burden of prayer on the day and that the Godly declarations they make will have a lasting spiritual impact throughout this city and region.

For social media networks to be fully used, but for a pure message with a true reflection of what the day is about: “Coming together to One God, as One Church, for One Purpose, to see the Kingdom of God come in Bristol by the process of personal repentance followed by repentance for our society and re-dedication to God of our lives, churches and spheres of society in our city.” Pray for the word to reach as many people as possible. Please pray, and, if you are able, please also act, to tell others, encourage church leaders, mobilise churches, or deliver fliers.

Finances Please pray that the cost of hiring the stadium will be met. Individuals, businesses or churches can partner by giving towards this stategic day: "AriseUK" HSBC - Sort Code: 40-14-18 - Acc No 01806351

Stewards There is a need for stewards and intercessors on the day. If you, and/or someone you know, can help please contact Jackie Davis (jdbarbados@yahoo.co.uk mobile 07817 159 120) who is co-ordinating this.

Children Plans for help with children on the day are taking shape. Please pray that we would connect with the people God is preparing to help with this. Contact AriseUK@btinternet.com

 

This is just to let you know if you are wanting to come to Arise Bristol and are not sure what to do with children, that there will be a children’s area. It is not a crèche – a parent will need to stay, but there will be Christian puppeteers, song writing/singing and prayer, teaching children to hear from God and pray from their hearts to His heart.

The desire of those running the children’s area is that children should not simply be entertained, but should be equipped to grow in their own relationship with God.

If you know of others with children who would like to know about this, please pass on this information.


Daniel 9 v1-19 – a guiding scripture when praying for our city and region.

 


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