Distance: Your choice — Time: Your choice
This month our walk has a slightly different feel to it…
We’re inviting you to grab your camera — or your phone’s camera — go out into your local area and take some photos of things in the environment that speak to you of the beauty and wonder of God’s creation.
As Christians we are called to care for God’s creation. Our Methodist prayer handbook this year focuses on the way on which we can share with others in caring for God’s earth.
Whilst you are out, you might also see and photograph some things that inspire you to take action to care more for our Environment.
An Inspirational Gallery
We’d like to make a gallery on our church website to show the beauty of God’s creation in our local area.
To join in, please read the Prayer Walk leaflet (below) to find out more details and how to send a photo or two in to us. We’ll need to receive them by 21st March 2021.
Download this Prayer Walk Leaflet
The Prayer Walk 05.pdf download is for printing on A4 paper: single or double-sided. It’s also suitable for reading on mobile phones and tablets.
The Prayer Walk 05 (Booklet).pdf download is for printing on A4 paper double-sided. You can then fold it to make a little A5 booklet with the pages in the right order.
You can find previous Prayer Walks in our Resource Library
About the Prayer Walks
This walk is one in a series of Prayer Walks, for you to use by yourself, in pairs, or as a small group. (Please practise appropriate social distancing when walking with others!)
Each walk in the series has a theme and an opening prayer. It will start from church and follow a short route around the roads and footpaths of Haxby and Wigginton.
The routes may vary, but in each there will be opportunities to pause and pray if you would like to do so. There will be ideas for prayers, but you can of course make up your own.
Alternatively, you might like to just walk the route. Or perhaps make up your own route but make reference to the themes and Bible verses.
We hope that you will find these guides useful as we continue to seek and draw close to God in these uncertain times.