Run to the Son 2019

– A Weekend of Pray and Inspiration for the Mission 

 

 

 

We are delighted to announce details of our 3rd annual Run to the Son weekend organised to prepare us in the tradition of the original disciples to take our part in the mission of the church. The theme this year is taken from Luke 12:49 “I have come to set the earth on fire” and in that vein we will be listening; to a fantastic testimony of transformation from Anthony Gielty one of Scotland’s most notorious criminals who has now given his life to evangelising and teaching others about repentance.

It’s sure to be a wonderful and faith-filled weekend and as Bishop Mark O’Toole puts”a weekend of Prayer and inspiration for mission, deepening our connection with Jesus, the Son of God, and with each other.  We have the privilege and duty of passing on the inestimable treasure of our faith to those around us.  My hope and prayer is that we will be empowered by this weekend to joyfully and enthusiastically reach out to others and evangelise.”

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