“Pray Without Ceasing” is the theme under which the Kingstown-Chateaubelair Circuit of the Methodist Church will hold its Prayer Caravan and Mission Motorcade on Sunday, May 20.
Reverend Adolf Davis, superintendent minister of the Kingstown-Chateaubelair Circuit of Methodist Church, announced that the prayer caravan will be an opportunity for all Methodists and friends of Methodists in SVG to join openly in lifting up and covering the country in prayer.
The prayer caravan has become an annual part of the circuit’s Family and Empowerment Month celebrations in May.
The prayer caravan will depart from Chateaubelair and Brighton at 3 p.m. Both ends of the caravan will meet at Layou where an open air service will be held.
Along the route, stops will be made at West Wood, Barrouallie, Campden Park and Buccament Bay. Davis said the purpose of these stops is to have persons on the caravan go into the immediate communities to pray with individuals and families and distribute tracts.
These activities are all part of the circuit’s focus on prayer and mission.
“All Methodists and friends of Methodists are being urged to come out and cover our nation in prayer,” Davis said. “This prayer caravan is for all Vincentians concerned about the state of affairs in our Country. Anyone can join us.”
Family and Empowerment Month will continue with Witnessing Week from Monday to Saturday 26th and Aldersgate Week, May 27 to June 1. Family and Empowerment Month culminates on June 17 — Father’s Day.