Skip to main content

Easter Pray Walk | Walking with our Community and Praying For Them

Easter Community Prayer Walk

Easter Community Prayer Walk – A Time of Prayer and Fellowship

Join Us for an Easter Time of Prayer

As Easter approaches, we come together not only to celebrate the resurrection but also to connect with our community through prayer. St. Paul’s & St. Barnabas Parish is hosting our annual Easter Community Prayer Walk. This is a time for us to join our hearts and voices in prayer, seeking God’s grace and blessings for the places and people in our neighborhoods.

Event Details:

  • Date: Tuesday, 26th March (Tuesday of Holy Week)
  • Time: Starting at 2:00 PM
  • Location: Beginning at St. Paul’s & St. Barnabas Parish

“Where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” - Matthew 18:20. With this verse in mind, we will walk through our community and stop at various significant locations:

  1. St. Paul’s & St. Barnabas Parish - Our starting point at 2:00 PM.
  2. Mount Sports Zone - We'll pray for our youth and their recreational spaces.
  3. Adam Street - We pray for the new development and the community that is growing here.
  4. Newington Presbyterian - We'll pray with our fellow Christians around 2:30 PM.
  5. Hallidays Road/Duncairn Gardens - A prayer for peace and unity will be offered.
  6. Currie Primary School - Around 3:00 PM, we'll lift up our children and their educators.
  7. Evangelical Presbyterian - We'll pray for the congregation and the new houses being built.
  8. Jesus Saves Bible Church - A prayer for the church and its ministry.
  9. Belfast City Mission - At about 3:30 PM, we pray for the mission and its work in Belfast.
  10. Jennymount Methodist - We'll pray for the ongoing community development.
  11. Alexandra Presbyterian - Our walk concludes here with a prayer for the church and the neighborhood.

The walk will culminate in a time of fellowship at Alexandra Presbyterian, where we will gather for tea and coffee. This is an excellent opportunity for us to share our experiences and connect with one another in faith.

Please dress comfortably and be prepared for the weather, as we will walk rain or shine. If you have any questions or need assistance, do not hesitate to reach out.

We look forward to walking alongside you in prayer and community. May this Easter be a time of renewal for us all.

The Team at
St. Paul’s & St. Barnabas Parish


Popular posts from this blog

Warmth in the Midst of Winter: Join Us in the Winter Coat Proje

Warmth in the Midst of Winter: Join Us in the Winter Coat Project Warmth in the Midst of Winter: Join Us in the Winter Coat Project Imagine a cold winter's night in Belfast. Rain pours relentlessly, the wind howls, and the chill in the air cuts deep. It's a scene all too familiar for many in our community, where the unforgiving weather can be a daunting challenge. In these moments, a warm coat can be the difference between a difficult struggle and a glimmer of hope. It's a shield against the elements, a source of comfort, and a tangible expression of care from one human being to another. It's a reminder that, in our darkest hours, there are those who stand beside us, ready to offer warmth and support. The Winter Coat Project: Extending a Hand of Warmth In the spirit of compassion and community, we are delighted to announce the launch of the Winter Coat Project. This initiative holds great significance for us and aligns wit

Looking Ahead for the Week beginning 10th March 2024

As we enter the reflective season of Lent, St. Paul's and St. Barnabas are buzzing with activities that cater to our congregation's spiritual growth and community spirit. Let's explore this week's schedule and the upcoming Holy Week preparations, inviting everyone to participate in these meaningful occasions. This Week's Fellowship and Worship Opportunities Monday with the Vestry Our week begins with the Vestry meeting on Monday, 9th March, at 7:30 PM. The Vestry members gather to deliberate on matters that shape our church's life and service We invite all those involved in these duties to be present and for everyone to pray for them! Wednesday's Lenten Devotions Midweek brings us together for Wednesday's Lenten evening of prayer and scripture. At 6:30 PM, we'll have our Lent Prayer session, a quiet space to reflect and seek peace amid our week. As we progress through the evening, we invite you to delve deeper into the Word with our Bible Study and I

Service of Introduction and Licensing in St Paul and St Barnabas For New Ministry Lead Andrew!

  The Rev Andrew Irwin was introduced as Curate of the Parish of St Paul and St Barnabas, Belfast, on Wednesday June 8 by the Bishop of Connor, the Rt Rev George Davison. At the same service, Bishop George also Licensed the Rev Brian Lacey as Priest-in-Charge of the parish. Preacher at the service was the Ven Roderic West, rector of the Parish of Seapatrick, Banbridge, Diocese of Down and Dromore, where Andrew was curate prior to his appointment to St Paul and St Barnabas. A sizeable number of Andrew’s friends from Seapatrick Parish travelled to St Paul’s in York Street for the service. Andrew, 32, is a native of Portadown, Co Armagh, and grew up in the Parish of Knocknamuckley. He studied Computer Science at Queen’s University Belfast, graduating in 2012. He worked in software development and digital communications before starting to train for the ministry in 2015 at the Church of Ireland Theological College in Dublin. Andrew was deacon intern in Waringstown and Donacloney, Diocese of