Pastor Tim Pianta 65 Main Street, Tolga, Phone 0418882605 Email tolgacommunitychurch@gmail.com ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Friday, June 16, 2017

WATCHMAN SCHOOL OF INTERCESSION FOUNDATION LEVEL


FOUNDATION LEVEL

Presented by: Brian Pickering,  National Co-ordinator of the Australian Prayer Network.

This training event being held at the Tolga Community Church Hall, is hosted by the Tablelands Healing Rooms.

Sessions:

Friday Evening: 25th August 2017. Time:  7pm to 9.30pm

Saturday: 26th August 2017.  Time: 9am to 4pm

Venue: Tolga Community Church, 65 Main Street, Tolga  Q  4882

Please note:  There are no registration costs.  However a love offering will be received on Saturday.

Registration numbers are required. To register please call:  Alan Baker mob.0432465618, Annamarie Baker mob.0439548250 or email- a.a.baker@bigpond.com.

Lunch Arrangements: Bring your own or purchase locally.  Tea/Coffee/Cold Water will be provided.

On Sunday 27th August, Brian will be ministering at the Milla Milla Christian Fellowship, QCWA Hall, 3 Palm Ave. MILLA MILLA Q 4886 at 10.00am.  All welcome!


The School begins with this Foundation Level Course of six sessions. This course is suitable for both experienced prayers and/or those wanting to simply know more about the discipline of prayer and how it relates beyond our personal relationship with God, as a tool that God uses to change the world around us. Those wanting to explore prayer and intercession further will be offered Intermediate and Advanced level courses at later dates. People wanting to go to Intermediate and Advanced level must first attend all six sessions of a Foundation Level Course irrespective of previous experience. 
The Australian Prayer Network is one of the largest prayer networks in Australia. It is linked internationally to prayer networks across the world and has a reach to tens of thousands of praying people representing Churches of all Christian denominations. 


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