If you’re here, chances are that you want more information about the city-wide Prayer Walk in Anoka coming up in October. You’re in the right place, so read on, and be sure to let us know that you’re coming, or if you have any questions.
On Sunday, October 26, residents in Anoka, the surrounding area and points beyond will join together in a day of fasting, prayer, and walking in downtown Anoka. Pray individually or at your church, then meet at City Hall for a Prayer Walk. Afterward, stay for a Union Meeting in the lower-level Community Room with refreshments, socializing, walk reports, and singing.
The Lord has placed fasting on the hearts of many people this year. Fasting is a powerful Christian discipline. It is doing without for spiritual reasons. It is a great adventure with great benefits. Fasting brings spiritual breakthrough. It is intercession, setting captives free. It shapes history. So we will fast a meal, the day or more or avoid other worldly distractions as the Lord leads. Anoka needs a spiritual breakthrough.
Starting at City Hall, the walking routes will follow trails or sidewalks around downtown Anoka and converge back at City Hall. Routes range in length from 0.5 to 1.5 miles or you may create your own route. Each route will include several places to stop and pray. As watchmen we will pray for our spiritual leaders, governing authorities and people caught in darkness of addiction, witchcraft and the occult.
Park in the ramp off Second Avenue just north of Jackson Street free. Gather at City Hall for music and commissioning prayer, then walk for one hour (with stops to exhort/sing/pray) and return to City Hall for refreshments and worship.
Will you join with us in this endeavor? Let us know that you and your group are joining with us!