Christian Nightlife Initiatives Network is inviting people to turn the Good Friday #BorisWalk into a prayer walk for their local community.
As part of the UK Government guidelines around the Co-Vid19 lockdown, people are encouraged to go out once a day for exercise. Founder of CNI Network, Paul Blakey MBE, was inspired to challenge people to use the Good Friday #BorisWalk to unite people across neighbourhoods by offering prayer for residents and communities as well as the nation and world at this difficult time.
Paul comments, "Generally Easter is a busy time for our Street Angels and Club Angels projects as the first Bank Holiday weekend of the year would see thousands head to pubs and clubs in town and city centres.
"Sadly in 2020 this will not be happening, but our heart and vision from Isaiah 58 of 'making city streets like new again' continues to be a needed declaration.
Communities more than ever need prayer for God's Kingdom to come and God's will to be done in every home and business and on every street, community, town and city as well as around the world.
"As we physically distance ourselves from others we can still be beacons of light and hope in our communities by praying as we carry out our daily walk."
Points for prayer include:
People taking part are reminded of the need for physical distancing and to follow other safety guidelines. For more information on the work of CNI Network visit www.cninetwork.org