“Teach Us How to Pray” @ Christian TestimonyBy Jonathan Walton - Posted October 26, 2011
When: November 18. Doors open at 7:30pm
Where: Christian Testimony 2nd Floor (87-11 Whitney Avenue, Queens, NY, Take the M/R Train to Elmhurst Avenue)
What: “Teach Us How to Pray”
Cost: Always FREE!
Prayer is not a one way conversation where we leave voicemails for the man upstairs. But instead it can be a powerful experience where we interact with the One who spoke the world into being. Through speaking or silent, alone or in a group, standing up or kneeling, we can call on God. On November 18 we will follow the framework set forth by Jesus in Matthew 6 and ask Him to teach us how to pray!
This will be a wonderful time of praise, worship and learning together as we intercede for each other and the city. A curriculum will be distributed for leaders to reproduce among their own congregations. We look forward to seeing you there! Any questions please email nycurbanproject@gmail.
*Note, there will be chinese translation. If another language is needed please email immediately.
Leaders and Worship Team include:
He is the New York City Urban Project Director for InterVarsity Christian
Fellowship where the vision is the develop students and volunteers with the character and capacity to change the world. A regular contributor to InterVarsity’s Regional Leadership Conferences in prayer and leadership, “Teach Us How To Pray” is a product of God’s leading in these powerful times of worship and prayer.
Courtney Wong – Piano
Courtney is a New York City Urban Project Artist and has led worship for NYCUP Spring Break and Summer Immersion Programs the last 3 years. Her sensitivity to the Holy Spirit and years of experience leading prayer and worship were key to the development of “Teach Us How to Pray”.
Minnow Park – Guitar
Minnow is also a NYCUP Artist and former praise leader for Remnant Westside Church. He was also a recording artist with Broken for Good from ’06-’08. His powerful praise and attention to the movement of the spirit among the audience are key to his leadership.