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Saturday, January 28, 2006

Regional Prayer Events tomorrow

Just a reminder that tomorrow there will be regional prayer meetings for Connecticut to be held at various locations across the State. Please be sure to find a location nearest you and join together seeking God's blessing on Connecticut!

For a list of locations, go here.

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Monday, January 16, 2006

Episcopal Bishop of Conn. Defrocks Priest

The Episcopal Bishop of Connecticut, Andrew D. Smith, defrocked Bristol priest Mark Hansen over the ongoing dispute concerning Smith's support for the decision to elevate an openly homosexual man to the position of Bishop of New Hampshire.

Six Episcopal priests, including Hansen, have already filed suit against Smith in Federal Court for his alleged actions against them. According to the Courant,

In an e-mail to The Courant Sunday, Hansen responded to a request for comment, saying he made a good-faith denial to Smith that he had abandoned the communion of the Episcopal Church.

Hanson said the canons of the church call for the bishop to withdraw the notice of inhibition once a good faith denial has been received.

"Obviously, the Bishop did not follow the canons," Hansen said.

A copy of the complaint in the Federal lawsuit is available on our website here. Keep praying for all involved.

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Friday, January 13, 2006

Across Connecticut, Regional Prayer Meetings coming up on January 29th

The following is a release from the Connecticut House of Prayer concerning a number of regional prayer meetings which will be held across the State on Sunday, January 29, two weeks from this Sunday. Please read the release and then check below for a listing of locations where you can pray with your fellow believers on January 29.

Prayer momentum is building for the Global Day Of Prayer! On May 15, 2005 more than 200 million Christians in 156 nations united in a day of repentance and prayer for the world. Christians came together in large stadiums, open fields, market squares, churches and other public venues to pray. It was broadcast by hundreds of radio and TV stations around the world. This was the first Global Day of Prayer.

This year, the Global Day of Prayer will be held on June 4, 2006. Many prayer networks, Christian organizations and prayer leaders support this initiative. Christians all over the world are invited to take hands in a Global Day of Prayer. The two key verses that are guiding our planning around the Global Day of Prayer are 2 Chron. 7: 14, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land” and Hab. 2: 14, “For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea.”

In preparation for the Global Day of Prayer there will gatherings around the state on January 29, 2006 and April 30, 2006. These gatherings are going to be held to build momentum for prayer. They will be held in each of the 8 counties of Connecticut and you will find a location, and time listed below. Our hope is that 7000 will gather at the Convention Center in Hartford on June 4, 2006, the Global Day of Prayer.

For Information Call CHOP at 860.460.4716

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Sponsored By: CT House of Prayer, Inc., US Strategic Prayer Network, National Day of Prayer, and scores of Connecticut churches.


Fairfield County

Location: Harvest Time Church, 1338 King Street, Greenwich, CT (7:00)
Contact Person: Pastor Nick Uva, (203) 531-7778

2nd Location: Shelton - TBA
Contact Person: Pastor Doug Steeves, (203) 929-1222

Hartford County

Location: House of Restoration, 1665 Main Street, Hartford, CT
Contact Person: Bishop Jeremiah Torres, (860) 525-2764

2nd Location: Wellspring, 222 Lincoln Street, Kensington, CT
Contact Person: Pastor Rick McKinniss, (860) 225-0661

Middlesex County

Location: Victory Tabernacle
Contact Person: David Scovel, (860) 301-2007

New Haven County

Location: Kingdom Life, 597 Naugatuck Avenue, Milford, CT 06460
Contact Person: Pastor Michel Bulkley, (203) 877-5464

New London County

Location: Connecticut College Chapel, Rte 32, New London, CT
Contact Person: Pastor Joe Paskewich, (860) 848-7400

Tolland County

Location: River of Life Christian Fellowship, 384 Y Merrow Road, Tolland, CT (7:00 PM)
Contact Person: Pastor Weston Brooks, (860) 871-1070

Windham County

Contact Person: Pastor Dennis Reiter, (860) 456-3757

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Friday, January 06, 2006

Prayerwalking at State Capitol

In 2006, concerned organizations such as Mission Connecticut, National Day of Prayer, Connecticut House of Prayer, and the Family Institute of Connecticut will again sponsor prayerwalking at the Capitol in Hartford.

These ministries and organizations have a vision to fill the atmosphere at our state capitol with prayer for 1 hour a day, 5 days a week while legislature is in session. There will be a training session Thursday, January 12, 2006 at 7:00pm.

You will need to pre-register to attend this meeting. For more details, please contact Audrey Church McIntyre. Keep praying for Connecticut!

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Photo courtesy State of Connecticut.

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Upcoming conference to explore a life of worship

On March 31 - April 1, St. Paul's Darien will host the Reviving Worship Conference, featuring speakers Jamie Wilson, Michelle Wilson, Caleb Maskell, Christopher Leighton, and Mark Jonas.

Featured worship leaders are Lamont Hiebert of the band Ten Shekel Shirt,
Matt Croasmun, and Caleb Maskell.

Cost is $35 and includes continental breakfast and lunch. All proceeds above costs will go to Justice for Children International.

This conference is not just for worship leaders and musicians but for everyone who wants worship to make a difference. Check out the conference website (under construction) at

Contact Phyllis Schlemmer for more information, or you can view the event flyer on our website here. Be sure to also check in frequently to our Christian Events Calendar, which is always linked to on the right.

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