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Gym'Prayer Gym' in Haringey Council 

We all need to practice our praying habit and practice praying regularly!  The Christian Workplace Group in the London Borough of Harinegy have recently started a 'Prayer Gym' which helps its members do exactly that!     

On the first and third Mondays of the month, the group meets at the 'Prayer Gym' to exercise and flex their spiritual muscles for an hour, in the evening from 5 - 6 pm.

Various topics are used for prayer - the 'Word for Today' devotional prayer points, issues in the news, pressing local or group needs or more general prayer needs.

All they do for an hour is PRAY!

What an inspiration! Prayer is not boring - it's dynamic, exciting and it CHANGES THINGS!  It's so uplifting to be talking to God in prayer!

Let's all follow the Haringey Christian Workplace Group example and head off to the 'Prayer Gym' regularly!


Let's follow Haringey Council Christian Workplace Groups example in heading to the 'Prayer Gym' to tone up our spiritual muscles regularly!
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