It is hard to believe it, but my Prayer Pilgrimage around Tasmania is now in its third week!
The actual launch of the Prayer Pilgrimage was at St George’s Battery Point on Pentecost Sunday (23 May). I also had the opportunity to prayer with our Members of Parliament at the Opening of Parliament service at the Cathedral on 4 May.
The map below shows where I have been so far in June.
This week (week starting Sunday 13 June) I am visiting the parishes of Howrah, Sandy Bay & Taroona, Kingston, Sandford, Sorell, Richmond & Tasman as well as Anglicare Hobart.
See Prayer Pilgrimage Schedule.
Revd Robert Stanley writes,
Please continue to pray for Bishop John and Chris Sadler (his driver and prayer partner) as they travel around Tasmania serving God’s church. Please pray for safety in their travel, faithfulness in their service and the love of Jesus in their hearts. Please also pray for our state of Tasmania, that God will unlock her shackles and see people turn to Jesus during this time of dedication and commitment to prayer.
See also Prayer Pilgrimage Purposes & Prayer-final text, Pilgrimage launch – Pentecost Sunday, Prayer Pilgrimage is underway – PTL!, Visiting the prisoner-visiting Jesus, Prayer fuel: our corporate culpability, Praying 4 the heartbeat of God, Praying 4 Parliamentary Leaders, Pilgrimage within a pilgrimage and Sistine Chapel inspires prayer.