Prayer Ribbons

As the country looks towards the Government’s plans to relax restrictions and allow a phased return to some normality in the Coronavirus pandemic prayer more than ever is needed!

Here at Bellshill’s Central Church we’ve encouraged daily prayers each night at 8pm, for our town, community and the wider country for those affected by COVID19.

Our Hearts of Hope are still firmly fixed to our railings and have also inspired others to spread hope with the symbols of love and hearts in the town.

HOPE IS STILL NEEDED! IF YOU’D LIKE TO MAKE A HEART AND ADD IT TO THE RAILKNGS, PLEASE DO SO. THERES PLENTY OF ROOM.

We want to encourage everyone to pray more now as we look towards the phases to return our communities back to normality.

  • We pray for common sense.
  • We pray for people to listen to our leaders advice.
  • We pray for a reduced number of COVID 19 cases throughout all the phases
  • We continue to pray for those families who have and still are affected by COVID19
  • We pray for our Dr’s, nurses and all key workers

Please stop for a moment and pray. It can be short or long. God listens to every prayer!

We’d encourage you to place a prayer ribbon (just a length of coloured ribbon) on our gates and railings each time you pray. This will show, by the number of ribbons, how many prayers have actually been offered. This will be a tremendous show of hope, love and strength and show people we are praying for them as we move into the phases proposed by our Government.

please take part and spread the word to all of bellshill. Prayer is important, but even more so as we look to the future.

Please remember we have a prayer requests option on our website. Simply submit the details and our minister will pray for the person or situation. This is completely confidential

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